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How To Build Realistic Characters - A Quick Introduction

I’ll be brief with this one, since I’m a little tired tonight. But I’ll be going through a step-by-step guide of what I think makes a great character. 355 more words


Shylock-Reverberating through Centuries-Remembering Shakespeare Part 2

In the second of this series, on the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare, we have a closer look at Shylock. In the first of this series, we had a look at “The Immortal Falstaff” (King Henry IV-Part 2) (see blog    … 1,379 more words


The Immortal Falstaff- Remembering Shakespeare Part 1

What the Gnostics called the pleroma , the fullness, always abides with Falstaff.

Harold Bloom

As a secularist with Gnostic proclivities , and above all as a literary aesthete ,I preach Bardolatory as the most benign of all religions. 1,270 more words


Author Interview: Angelica Cat

Kelly played the baby grand piano in the middle of this old, abandoned mansion. The piano wasn’t in perfect tune, but it still played, and that worked well enough for Kelly. 2,050 more words


Review: Monument 14

Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is another good one in the newest YA movement that depicts the actual apocalyptic event instead of just the civilization that develops after the catastrophe. 111 more words


Pinjar-by Amrita Pritam..Arc of development of characters

Aj Aakhan Waris Shah nun,
Kiton Kabraan Vicchon Bol
Te Aj Kitab-e-ishq daa
Koi Agla Varka phol

Ik roi si dhi Punjab di
Tun likh like mare vaen, 2,295 more words

Post Colonialism

A Different Way to Write Realistic Characters - Part 1.


Everyone who teaches creative writing will tell you that it’s important to have realistic characters. They must be people the reader can relate to — even like — and the reader must be concerned for the protagonist. 781 more words