Three genres: the writing of poetry, fiction, and drama
Prentice Hall, 1993 - 384 من الصفحات
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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abstract action anapest Anthony Hecht aspect audience basic become begin Bucky CAMERAMAN Chapter character cliches comedy comic complex conflict contrast couplets describe develop dialogue draft drama Dylan Thomas E. E. Cummings effect emotions example experience father feelings Fern Hill fiction free verse genre GIRL goin Gwendolyn Brooks haiku Hello iambic iambic pentameter important irony language literary look Maxine Kumin meaning metaphor metered poetry metrical narrative narrator nonrealistic pattern Phoenix phrase play playwrights plot poem poetry poets prose protagonist reader realistic remember revision rhyme scheme rhythmical Richard Wilbur Robley Wilson satire Sausage and Beer scene script sense simile simple slant rhymes sonnet sophisticated sound specific stage stanza story stressed structure suggest syllables symbol T. R. Hummer ta-tum technique thematic theme tone traditional true rhyme Uncle Theodore unique rhythms usually visual voice words writing YOUNG