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A dedication is a brief expression of gratitude or appreciation to another person or group of people in a book.
The denouement is the final part of a story or narrative in which the conflict is resolved and all of the remaining plot elements are tied together. This may involve a satisfying resolution, a cliffhanger, unexpected twists and turns, or other reveals that help bring the story to its conclusion.
Dialogue is the written or spoken conversation between two or more characters.
A drabble is a very short piece of fictional writing, typically between 100 and 200 words.
A draft is a rough early version of a piece of writing, often containing unfinished or unpolished content.
Dystopian is a fiction genre that imagines a grim or overwhelmingly unpleasant society in the near or distant future. These stories are typically characterized by environmental ruin, social injustice, or government oppression.
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