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Instructor Info:Nathalie Arnold
Office Extension x5308
Senti Sojwal
Term: 2012F
Meeting Info: Wednesday
06:30 PM - 09:20 PM Emily Dickinson Hall (EDH) 4
Description:

In this reading-based fiction-writing course, members will consider and write in at least three distinct literary points of view. Through weekly writing exercises and the production of 2 related stories, intensive class discussion, close reading of contemporary U.S. and international fiction, as well as workshops of student pieces, members will develop a meaningful vocabulary for discussing issues of craft, as well as practical experience in actively deploying specific points of view. We will read as writers - prioritizing close reading and careful observation of technique over other possible approaches.  We will practice mining published fiction for technical insights that can be concretely applied to our own work.

 

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