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Extracts - 'Hamlet and Heroic Doubt' by Germaine Greer

Hamlet and Heroic Doubt – Word Doc

The play corresponds to Sidney’s definition of tragedy from ‘The Apologie’: “…high and excellent Tragedy, that openeth the greatest wounds, and showeth forth the ulcers that are covered with tissue; that maketh kings fear to be tyrants, and tyrants manifest their tyrannical humours; that with stirring the effects of admiration and commiseration, teacheth the uncertainty of this world, and upon how weak foundations gilden roofs are builded…” 307 more words


3 Tips On Writing Songs in Stories

– Germaine –

So you want to write songs in stories, but have no idea where to start? Unfortunately for you, I have no idea how to write songs, too. 258 more words


On Writing Mentors

So. Mentors. How do you make them original?

1. Think Before You Kill Them Off

Mentors always die.

There’s a reason for this. The hero needs to be able to solve his own problems. 405 more words


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Write Whatever You Want

This is probably the most obvious thing you’ve ever heard/read about writing: write whatever you want.

This is it. You’ve finally motivated yourself, and a startling burst of courage makes you place your fingers on the keyboard (or pick up your writing instrument). 222 more words


The Writing Famine

Colette apologizes, Grace – the original author of this post – has been temporarily removed from this post. Mostly due to the fact that she was not writing anything. 250 more words


3 Ways To Improve Your Dialogue

In this post, I’ll be talking (or I guess writing) about how you can improve on writing dialogue.

Dialogue makes up a large part of stories. 620 more words