Three genres: the writing of poetry, fiction, and drama

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - 384 من الصفحات
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Stephen Minot's THREE GENRES gives students a thorough introduction to poetry, fiction, and drama writing and addresses the dynamics of the creative process while providing a nontechnical analysis of each genre. Each genre section is self-contained, features complete works as examples, and provides advice on how to begin writing creatively in the genre. The advice given is practical, and Minot encourages students to work on their own. NEW to the Seventh Edition: Troubleshooting Guide--topics that often give students trouble are arranged alphabetically with page references for easy access. A chapter on Dialogue in Fiction THREE GENRES encourages students to find their own voices as writers.

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Part One The Writing of Poetry
What Makes a Poem a Poem?
The Sources of Poetry
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About the Author Stephen Minot, Professor Emeritus of the Creative Writing Department at the University of California, Riverside, has taught creative writing for over thirty years. Over the span of his very successful career, Professor Minot authored three novels, two collections of short stories, and three textbooks including "Reading Fiction" and "Literary Nonfiction, The Fourth Genre," His short stories have appeared in a variety of magazines and literary quarterlies including the "Atlantic, Harpers, The Kenyon Review, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and the Sewanee Review," just to name a few. Professor Minot's work has also been selected several times to appear in the "O. Henry Prize Stories" collection and "The Best American Short Stories," He is also the recipient of the Atlantic First Award, the Saxton Memorial Fellowship, and the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for writing. Professor Minot and his wife, Virginia, split their time between California and Maine.

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