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Viewpoint And The Fabric Of Meaning

Author : Barbara Dancygier
ISBN : 9783110393071
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume explores the cross-linguistic diversity, and possibly inconsistency, of the span of linguistic means that signal reported speech and thought. The integration of broad linguistic (viewpoint in conversation and narrative) and cognitive (theory of mind and understanding the inner life and thought of others) strategies for handling mixed points of view will be considered.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Write Your Own Graphic Novel

Author : Natalie M. Rosinsky
ISBN : 9780756538569
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes how to craft believable characters and intense plots, along with satisfying beginnings, middles, and endings.
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Viewpoint In Language

Author : Barbara Dancygier
ISBN : 9781107017832
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Provides a new understanding of the role and structure of viewpoint in cognition and communication.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Write Your Own Fable

Author : Natalie M. Rosinsky
ISBN : 9780756541286
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Write Your Own Fable is a Capstone Press publication.
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Manuscript Makeover

Author : Elizabeth Lyon
ISBN : 9781440633232
Genre : Reference
File Size : 85.65 MB
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Professional editor and author Elizabeth Lyon offers aspiring novelists the guidance and instruction they need to write and edit well-crafted and compelling stories that will stand out from the competition and attract the attention of agents and publishers, including: - Stand-out style techniques, from accessing an authentic voice to applying techniques of "wordsmithing" that transform prose - How to rewrite characterization for dimensionality, a universal need, and theme - Adjustment suggestions to match the prose style and structure of specific genres - Correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and style - Strategies to strengthen story beginnings and endings - Methods for increasing plot stakes, creating movement, and adjusting pace for maximum suspense
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Science Fiction Writer S Workshop I

Author : Barry B. Longyear
ISBN : 9780595225538
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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"About a year after (my stories began being published), magazine editor George Scithers, suggested to me that since I was so new at being published, I must be very close to what I had to learn to move from fooling around with writing to actually producing professional stories. There are a lot of aspiring writers out there who would like to know just that. Write that book.SFWW-I is that book. It's the book I was looking for when I first started writing fiction." -Barry B. Longyear
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Writer S Guide To Fiction

Author : Elizabeth Lyon
ISBN : 1101143886
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 58.30 MB
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The second book in the Writer's Compass series from professional writing instructor Elizabeth Lyon offers both aspiring and established authors the fundamentals of writing and selling a great novel or short story. In addition to the basics of characterization, plot, pacing, and theme, A Writer's Guide to Fiction also features a plan for revising fiction, a guide to marketing, samples of cover and query letters, and methods of honing the writing craft.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Beyond Style Mastering The Finer Points Of Writing

Author : Gary Provost
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To write well, you must reach beyond the classroom basics of composition, get a grip on the more complex concepts, and learn how to create books, articles, and stories that move—not only from the editor’s desk to the bookstore, but also in the minds of your readers. In this book, accomplished writer Gary Provost helps you tackle that tough task. Here you’ll touch the soul of fine fiction and nonfiction. You’ll explore the intangibles: the relationships between form and content, proportion and pacing, slant and theme. And you’ll gain a new perspective on how words work together. In that newfound knowledge you’ll find power—power Provost helps you transfer to the page. In candid, conversational style, he shows you: • how to balance event and dialogue to keep the pace lively • why unity is essential to a story—and how to maintain it • how to make the written word pleasing to the ear • the value of fresh, strong imagery • how startling originality will keep your readers interested • how to make your story credible—even when it’s fiction • how subtlety allows your reader to participate in the action • how to tighten up the tension at every level of your story Provost makes no promise that the work will be easy. He promises only that your books, articles, and stories will get better. There are, after all, no magic words—except those you put on the page.

Creating Characters

Author : Dwight V. Swain
ISBN : 9780806183855
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A jargon-free manual on the basics of developing interesting fictional characters Vibrant, believable characters help drive a fictional story. Along with a clever plot, well-drawn characters make us want to continue reading a novel or finish watching a movie. In Creating Characters, Dwight V. Swain shows how writers can invent interesting characters and improve them so that they move a story along. “The core of character,” he says in chapter 1, “lies in each individual story person’s ability to care about something; to feel implicitly or explicitly, that something is important.” Building on that foundation—the capacity to care—Swain takes the would-be writer step-by-step through the fundamentals of finding and developing “characters who turn you on.” This basic but thought-provoking how-to is a valuable tool for both the novice and the seasoned writer.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines