VIII. What makes a story resonate with us? (VII. Why are the characters…
VIII. What makes a story resonate with us?
VII. Why are the characters important?
V. Why do we enjoy stories whose characters we can relate to?
V. Why do people like villains?
VI. What makes a good villain?
V. How can good villains be relatable?
IV. Why do people like heroes?
IV. How are heroes relatable?
IV. How do people react to stories without characters?
I. Can there be stories without characters?
VI. Why do we like character development?
VII. Why do people change?
VI. Why are the themes of the story important?
V. How do we relate to stories with fantastical, supernatural, otherworldly, or otherwise unbelievable storylines?
VI. Why is the cultural significance of the story important?
V. How is this different than popularity?
V. How can a story critique our culture or society?
VI. Why do we enjoy this critique?
V. Why would an original storyline be important?
IV. What is the Hero's Journey?
V. Why do we like it?
V. How many truly unique storylines are there?
IV. How important is execution of a storyline compared to that story's originality?
V. Why do we like stories whose storyline we can relate to?
VI. Why do we like stories with fantastical, supernatural, or otherworldly storylines?
VI. Why is the moral of the story important?
V. Why do we like advice given to us in story format?
I. Do all stories have a message or moral to take away from them?
VI. Why is the way a moral is presented to us important?