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  • The conflict was realistic and handled well and the denoument is such a treat.

    Friday Book Club & Interview with Mary E. Pearson: The Adoration of Jenna Fox

  • The denoument is again clever in its own way and to tell would be to spoil, but be ready to cheer uncontrollably at something ghastly but completely deserved and then shout "oh drat" a few pages later.

    50 entries from June 2007

  • love this! and the word denoument is something I don't hear a lot of

    Denouement

  • There’s a chapter, maybe half a chapter, of what would’ve been denoument from the original synopsis, but there have been enough changes to where that section was going as to pretty much dismiss it as relevant in the scheme of finishing the original book’s storyline.

    part one finished

  • And, while it was a disappointment to have no denoument, that is part of post-modernist literature.

    Everything2 New Writeups

  • The beginning of season 4 was kind of denoument after that.

    Matthew Yglesias » Short and Sweet

  • Clearly Patti could have gone on for hours -- she invited anyone from the audience to join them onstage, but when she returned to the stage and brought a kind of denoument, Sinclair shuffled his papers together and got up.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Forthwith, in imagination, I began to make their story piece by piece; and I had reached a romantic 'denoument' satisfactory to myself and in sympathy with fact, when the Angel of Accident stepped forward with some "human documents."

    Michel and Angele — Volume 1

  • Today Maltz may be best known as the founder of Washington, DC's International Spy Museum--a symbolically telling denoument.

    J.H. Snider: The Broadcast Industry's Free TV Scam Redux

  • The denoument of that first plotline is the most awesome.

    In Conclusion, I Hate You All

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