Structuring Your Novel

Paperback | January 27, 1993

byRobert C. Meredith

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Here's the bestselling guide that teaches aspiring novelists how to employ the 14 structural elements common to all novels.

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Structuring Your Novel shows you how to employ the techniques used by professional novelists in writing a novel of your own. Fourteen elements of structure--the ones found in most successful novels--are described and illustrated through excerpts from seven popular works, ranging from Henry Fielding's epic tale Tom Jones to Harper Lee's...

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Here's the bestselling guide that teaches aspiring novelists how to employ the 14 structural elements common to all novels.

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Structuring Your Novel shows you how to employ the techniques used by professional novelists in writing a novel of your own. Fourteen elements of structure--the ones found in most successful novels--are described and illustrated through excerpts from seven popular works, ranging from Henry Fielding's epic tale Tom Jones to Harper Lee's...

Here's the bestselling guide that teaches aspiring novelists how to employ the 14 structural elements common to all novels.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.55 inPublished:January 27, 1993Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006273170X

ISBN - 13:9780062731708

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Structuring Your Novel shows you how to employ the techniques used by professional novelists in writing a novel of your own. Fourteen elements of structure--the ones found in most successful novels--are described and illustrated through excerpts from seven popular works, ranging from Henry Fielding's epic tale Tom Jones to Harper Lee's modern classic To Kill a Mockingbird. From the very first chapter, the exercises in this book get you started on your own novel and guide you in developing your theme, refining your plot, rounding out your characters, and completing your story.

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"Structuring Your Novel will make you want to dig out the paper and get to work on your book. That's inspiration, and that"(Alliance Newsletter)