Stealing Fire from the Gods: The Complete Guide to Story for Writers and Filmmakers
Michael Wiese Productions, Jul 1, 2006 - 269 pages
A revised and expanded sequel to Stealing Fire from the Gods, this 2nd edition includes important new revelations concerning the ultimate source of unity, the structures of the whole story passage, the anti-hero's journey, the high-concept great idea, the
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