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In novels, falling action is often followed by:

A. the ending.

B. rising action.

C. a resolution.

D. another climax.

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Answer: A. the ending.

Falling action in a novel is just what happens at the end or near the end of a story usually after a major conflict or climax has been resolved. A rising action leads to the climax, and this climax is followed by the falling action.

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