Reading:“Plot” (pp. 141-153) Susan Minot, “Hiding”Tim O’Brien, “How to Tell a True War Story”Discuss:Write:Assignment 8: For a few days, listen for interesting bits of dialog, agitated individuals, and crises among both strangers and people you know. Watching random people’s conflicts is often a great way to start your imagination off on a new story. Sometimes even a single line of overheard dialog that reveals a wish, desire, or argument can open up an entire fictional plot. Choose one to use as the opening moment of a story.