Denouement

The process during which all tensions and conflicts generated in the performance are resolved.(From the French = unknotting, the unravelling of plot or complications in a story.)

denouement

  1. the outcome of a complex sequence of events
  2. the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work

Denouement

• (n.) The unraveling or discovery of a plot; the catastrophe, especially of a drama or a romance. • (n.) The solution of a mystery; issue; outcome.
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denouement

noun the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work
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Dénouement

Dé`noue`ment' noun [ French dénouement , from dénouer to untie; prefix dé- (L. dis- ) + nouer to tie, from Latin nodus knot, perhaps for gnodus and akin to English knot .] 1. The unraveling or discovery of a plot; the catast...
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Denouement

A French word meaning 'unknotting' or 'unwinding,' denouement refers to the outcome or result of a c
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denouement

an outcome or solution the unraveling of a plot 
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Denouement

Denouement is originally a French term which became adopted in England. It signifies the winding up or catastrophe of a plot, the solution of a mystery, etc.
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dénouement

denouement, dénouement 1. The final resolution, or clarification, of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work or plot. 2. The outcome of a complex sequence of events; the end result, or the final stage, or climax, of a series of events. 3. Etymology: from French dénouement, 'an untying' (of a plot); from dénouer, 'untie'; from Old ...
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Denouement

The final outcome of the main complication of a story or play. It usually occurs after the climax and reveals all the secrets and misunderstandings connected to the plot.
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denouement

the outcome of a complex sequence of events
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denouement

the outcome of a complex sequence of events
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denouement

the outcome of a complex sequence of events
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denouement

the outcome of a complex sequence of events
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denouement

the outcome of a complex sequence of events
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denouement

the resolution of the main complication of a literary work
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denouement

the resolution of the main complication of a literary work
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Denouement

The resolution of the plot of a literary work. The denouement of Hamlet takes place after the catastrophe, with the stage littered with corpses. During the denouement Fortinbras makes an entrance and a speech, and Horatio speaks his sweet lines in praise of Hamlet.
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denouement

[n] - the outcome of a complex sequence of events 2. [n] - the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work
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