The Elinor Glyn System Of Short Story and Photoplay Writing
( Originally Published 1922 )
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What Knowledge Must I Have To Succeed? Getting Acquainted With Your Ideas Becoming Interested In Yourself Qualities Of Mind You Should Encourage The Theme Of Your Story Point Of View Characters And Characterization Building The Plot Excercise In Plot Building Short Stories - What Knowledge Must I Have To Succeed? The Continuity, Or Scenario Characters In The Photoplay Setting In The Photoplay The Photoplay Title The Photoplay Stage What To Write About Things You Should Not Write About Writing Comedy The Writer, His Methods Why Manuscripts Are Rejected How Successful Writers Sell Their Manuscripts How To Merit Success
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"Every one of the great writers and playwrights you have ever read about or heard of--everyone of them had to begin at a weak starting point. Every one of them was uncertain at the outset. Every one of them had to overcome his or her doubts or misgivings…When they started many didn't really know what they COULD do. The wonderful part about literary ability is that we do not know how much of it we have in us. Then, by persistency, by patient development, by proper guidance, we may some day bloom forth all of a sudden and surprise even ourselves!" ~ Elinor Glyn
Great for all writers.
Elinor Glyn, née Sutherland (17 October 1864 – 23 September 1943), was a English-born journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and actress who pioneered mass-market women’s erotic fiction. Born Elinor Sutherland, she coined the use of 'It' as a euphemism for sex appeal. Novelist and scriptwriter who specialised in romantic fiction which was considered scandalous for its time. She popularized the concept of It. Although her works are relatively tame by modern standards, she had tremendous influence on early 20th century popular culture and perhaps on the careers of notable Hollywood stars such as Rudolph Valentino, Gloria Swanson and Clara Bow in particular.
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