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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Meredith, Robert C.
Structuring your novel: from basic idea to finished manuscript.
New York, Barnes & Noble Books 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert C Meredith; John Dennis Fitzgerald
|Description:||ix, 230 pages 21 cm.|
|Contents:||How to develop an idea into a novel and test it --
How to develop the basic conflict --
How to develop a plot or story line --
How to select the right viewpoint --
How to develop a theme --
How to employ exposition --
How to employ description --
How to employ narration and action --
How to characterize --
How to write the first chapter of a novel --
How to hold a reader's interest --
How to employ craftsmanship --
How to employ symbolism --
How to develop your own style --
The future of the novel --
Appendix I: The common elements of structure in a traditional novel --
Appendix II: How to prepare the manuscript of a novel and submit it to the publisher --
Appendix III: Reprint of chapter 5 of The grapes of wrath --
Appendix IV: Answers to Part II of exercises.
|Series Title:||Everyday handbooks, 325|
|Responsibility:||[by] Robert C. Meredith and John D. Fitzgerald.|