Wuthering Heights

is 'falling action' of a novel is same to the answer of the question of the 'concluding part' of any novelov

is the question is same that'falling action'and'concluding part 'of a novel if no please say where the starting point of'concluding part'of a novel

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Not really. The "falling action" usually refers to the events which directly follow the climax of the story. The conclusion is usually distinct from the falling action in that it summarizes the plot rather than extending it. That being said, however, the two are often difficult to distinguish consistently.