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How to Put a Mind into Conversation with Itself

Dialogue involving only one person might seem, on its face, impossible. In plays, a character can talk to no one, and there are terms for this: monologue, soliloquy, or (if the character is talking to the audience) aside. 1,167 more words

Creative Writing Prompts

The Raven - Prose & POEtry

Yes, Christopher Lee is the one who plays Sarouman in Lord of the Rings!

Watch the videos and answer this quiz online!

HW Be ready for test! 34 more words


Book Review: The Heart Goes Last

fiction by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood is well known for her dystopian worlds and in this one the novelist peers owl-eyed at coupledom. There is much to recommend about… 514 more words


Poetics Serendipity

8:33 a.m. — San Antonio

listening to Istanbul sung by They Might Be Giants (who have a fascinating repertoire)

Hello, there. Everyone good? Nanos, still breathing? 234 more words


Narrative arc

Above are 3 more examples of narrative arcs, following on from Freytag’s pyramid.¬†After researching these different narrative arcs for documentaries, I have decided to devise my own arc, which I will be using when studying and analysing documentaries in preparation for creating my¬†documentary.