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Current Issues in Writing Fiction

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For centuries before the 20th, writers used a single point of view (their own or that of a character) to create perspective and a uniform view of the world. By WWI this approach had broken down and narration became experimental, most notably with stream of consciousness. This show will explore how to use point of view in the post-modern age of electricity without going to extremes just because it seems required to do so.

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