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  1. History and Etymology for denouement French dénouement, literally, untying, from Middle French desnouement, from desnouer to untie, from Old French desnoer, from des- de- + noer to tie.
  2. noun the final resolution of the intricacies of a plot, as of a drama or novel. the place in the plot at which this occurs. the outcome or resolution of a doubtful series of occurrences.
  3. The events following the climax of a drama or novel in which such a resolution or clarification takes place. 2. The outcome of a sequence of events; the end result.
  4. denouement So our anxieties are first validated by the premise of the narrative and then resolved as the story leads us safely towards its denouement.
  5. Denouement (pronounced day-new-mah) is a literary term referring to the final part of a narrative, usually in which the outcome of the story is revealed.
  6. Dec 04,  · The denouement is the final outcome of the story, generally occurring after the climax of the plot. Often it's where all the secrets (if there are any) are revealed and loose ends are tied up. For example, the denouement of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Julietcomes just after the Romeo and Juliet take their own lives.
  7. formal the final part of something (such as a book, a play, or a series of events) In the play's denouement, the two lovers kill themselves. the competition's exciting denouement Synonyms & Near Synonyms for denouement.
  8. How to pronounce denouement. How to say denouement. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.

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