Pages tagged with Dialogue

A look at the current glut of superhero movies and the problem facing all of them. A frustrating look at their repetition and examples of how they should change.
Now when I write my stories, one of the things i find most difficult is does  one make dialogue work...make sense and really give the reader a sense of the characters.  (of course since I find it difficult, I have to TRY dialogue from time to time)  In the follow...
Picture the reputed Philosophy Professor sitting on a bench discussing the finer points of existential philosophy to a group of pigeons, many people would start to assume that this individual was starting to lose their mind, but there are times when it is necessary to test an idea and...
An easy book to read would be one on which an author developed his topic well, created compelling characters and showed a good knowledge of the language.
Move creates leeway for practical arrangements for dialogue process to thrash out contentious issues in oil-rich nation
Pakistan's Political and Military leadership are set to start a dialogue with Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), however it is still not yet decided the basic roots and fundamental principle to begin a dialogue with TTP.
It is quite evident how much talk takes place, each party hoping that the situation will blow over
A dialogue poem about the lizard and the robin. I hope you enjoy this one.
When characters do not speak, the writer has to put over the missing dialogue in other ways – usually in long, fussy descriptive passages and clumsy, intrusive explanations. We are no longer involved in the story, we are listening to a narrator recounting the adventures in a flat, s...
Dialogue scares new writers. They will do anything to avoid it: cross the street, move house and change their names. But you cannot run away from it forever. Dialogue must be faced and mastered if you ever hope to make it into print. Have you ever seen a published story that did not c...
How to use dialogue in most creative writing endeavors, especially in the short story and the novel.
This is a dialogue between two people locked in a room. Part of the inspiration comes from the movie called "The Human Centipede" which I do not recommend watching but if you do, you can't say i did not warn you. This again was written for my creative writing class.
John loses his soul in the universe of his mind..
Just showing how important is dialogue, as both sides can air one's side those bringing some calirity to the fore.
An analysis of dialogue, theme, setting in Hemingway's novel, " A Farewell to Arms".
It amazing how people will talk on issue, but will find ways of they can to avoid cucial conversations
This is Random dialogue for entertainment purposes with fictional characters, (two sisters) Mimi and Kate. Showcases two paintings actually painted by the author.
One of the nice things about being an author is that we can break any rule we want. (I just did.) It’s part of our job description. Language changes through usage — definitions, spelling, grammar — and authors can help it do this. But on the other hand, we have to have some sort...
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