Characters, Emotion and Viewpoint
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Description: The indispensable Write Great Fiction series continues with an in-depth look at three of the most important tools in the writer's craft: character, emotion and viewpoint. With the tips and techniques in this book, readers will learn how to:*Create compelling characters that readers believe in*Write scenes that deliver an unforgettable emotional impact*Distinguish among the many different kinds of viewpoint, and choose the one which is right for their storyEach chapter is filled with examples drawn from the work of successful writers and action-and- results exercises that help readers take their lessons to the keyboard.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $16.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: F&W Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/15/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: What Do Readers Want?|
|Types of Characters-Assembling Your Cast|
|Introducing Characters-First Impressions Count|
|The Genuine Self-What Is She Really Like?|
|The Motivationally Complicated Character-But I'm a Mess Inside!|
|Showing Change in Your Characters-If I Knew Then What I Know Now|
|Protagonists in Genre Fiction-From Lovers to Starship Captains|
|The Humorous Character-All Bets Are Off|
|Talking About Emotion-Dialogue and Thoughts|
|Emotion Suggested-Using Metaphor, Symbol, and Sensory Details to Convey Feeling|
|Special Cases of Emotion-Loving, Fighting, and Dying|
|Frustration-The Most Useful Emotion in Fiction|
|Point of View-Whose Emotions Are We Sharing?|
|First Person-I Saw It With My Own Eyes|
|Third Person-See Dick Run|
|Omniscient Point of View-Playing God|
|Putting It All Together-The Fourth Persona|