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Invented Voices Inspired Dialogue for Writers and Readers (Handbooks for the Soul) by Donald Newlove

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Published by Henry Holt & Co (P) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rhetoric,
  • Writing Skills,
  • Literature,
  • Reference,
  • Collections,
  • Dialogues

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9888651M
ISBN 100805025928
ISBN 109780805025927
OCLC/WorldCa32889816

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Get this from a library! Invented voices: inspired dialogue for writers and readers. [Donald Newlove] -- In this final volume of his trilogy about the craft of writing, which includes First Paragraghs and Painted Paragraphs, Newlove presents 75 pieces of dialogue he deems memorable from fiction. Adding to his collections of great openings (First Paragraphs, ) and descriptive writing (Painted Paragraphs), Newlove turns his attention to his favorite passages of written dialogue, offering bits of conversation from movies, plays, television, and novels. Newlove is fond of saying things like ``all dialogue is between the self and the soul,'' a comment which, while maybe true, will Author: Donald Newlove.   The Voices was the very definition of what I think of as psychological horror. The majority of the story's pages were devoted to its characters' inner thoughts, relationships with one another, and ins and outs of their careers/5.   Since opening last week, The Man Who Invented Christmas has grossed $ million in ticket sales, leaving some moviegoers wondering just how much of the depicted tale around the inspiration for Charles Dickens' book A Christmas Carol is true. Obviously the film, which portrays Dickens (played by Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens) having full-on conversations with an imaginary .