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16.03.2015 19:15    Comments: 0    Categories: Novel Writing      Tags: audiobooks  writing  characterization  plot  how to  

Recording of How to Write a Novel by Anonymous.
Read in English by Brett W. Downey.

I address myself to the man or woman of talent—those people who have writing ability, but who need instruction in the manipulation of characters, the formation of plots, and a host of other points with which I shall deal hereafter. Although no school could turn out novelists to order there is yet enough common material in all art-work to be mapped out in a course of lessons. I shall show that the two great requisites of novel-writing are (1) a good story to tell, and (2) ability to tell it effectively. Briefly stated, my position is this: no teaching can produce "good stories to tell," but it can increase the power of "the telling," and change it from crude and ineffective methods to those which reach the apex of developed art. (Summary from the preface)


01 - The Object in View - 11:24
02 - A Good Story to Tell - 08:39
03 - How to Begin - 27:30
04 - Characters and Characterisation - 12:47
05 - Studies in Literary Technique - 15:14
06 - Studies in Literary Technique--Continued - 15:51
07 - Pitfalls & The Secret of Style - 18:31
08 - How Authors Work - 20:08
09 - Is the Subject-Matter of Novels Exhausted - 15:08
10 - The Novel v. The Short Story's Success: And Some of Its Minor Conditions - 15:00

 
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