The Writing of Fiction
Simon and Schuster, 1925 - 125 Seiten
A rare work of nonfiction from Edith Wharton, The Writing of Fiction contains brilliant advice on writing from the first woman ever to win a Pulitzer Prize -- for her first novel The Age of Innocence.
In The Writing of Fiction, Wharton provides general comments on the roots of modern fiction, the various approaches to writing a piece of fiction, and the development of form and style. She also devotes entire chapters to the telling of a short story, the construction of a novel, and the importance of character and situation in the novel.
Not only a valuable treatise on the art of writing, The Writing of Fiction also allows readers to experience the inimitable but seldom heard voice of one of America's most important and beloved writers, and includes a final chapter on the pros and cons of Marcel Proust.
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Review: The Writing of FictionNutzerbericht - Goodreads
"...the seemingly simplest sauces are those that have been most cunningly combined and then most completely blent, the simplest-looking dresses those that require most study to design." - Edith ...
Review: The Writing of FictionNutzerbericht - Don (The Book Guy) - Goodreads
A short book about how to write by one of the masters, Edith Wharton. She has chapters that focus on the short story, writing novels, discussing novels that focus on character versus situation , and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen