Learning to write fiction from the masters
Plume book, 1996 - 265 ページ
Jane Austen, Leo Tolstoy, Ernest Hemingway, Willa Cather, Jack London, Dorothy Parker, John O'Hara, Elmore Leonard, and a host of other greats past and present have much to show you about how to begin and end a story, structure a plot, create memorable characters, write dialogue, depict settings and action, heighten romance, choose winning titles, and meet all the other challenges of the art of fiction.
Barnaby Conrad, a bestselling author as well as one of America's premier creative writing teachers, has selected key examples from the best of the best to reveal the essential tools of storytelling and demonstrate their use. His book offers fresh inspiration and guidance for all writers of fiction. It is also a joy to read.
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The author studied under Sinclair Lewis. He gave examples of great works of literature and then explained why they were so successful and so well-loved. It was an easy, informative read and had good suggestions for literature to read and emulate. レビュー全文を読む