How Novelists Work
Seren, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 110 pages
Following the success of How Poets Work, this is a guide for would-be and published novelists. Ten contributors share their experiences of how to write a novel - where to begin, how to develop plot and character, and where to end.'
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