...makes the story or image difficult to visualize.
The Classical Hollywood Cinema Twenty-Five Years Along
PANDECT (Grk. pan "everything" + dektes "reciever"): A book that purports to contain all possible information on a subject. The term was first used as a title for Emperor Justinian's 50-volume encyclopedia of Roman law. Cf. .
David Bordwell, Janet Staiger, and Kristin Thompson
Discover more about some of the world-famous poets from Northern Ireland. This rich BBC NI Schools site features a wide range of contemporary poetic voices that explore five themes to give students a clear idea of how and why poems are written. Check out the audio and video clips.
I found another helper in an effort to spot errors:
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K.M. Weiland lives in make-believe worlds, talks to imaginary friends, and survives primarily on chocolate truffles and espresso. She is the IPPY and NIEA Award-winning and internationally published author of the Amazon bestsellers and . She writes from her home in western Nebraska and mentors authors on her award-winning website.
Thanks, I was beginning to feel outnumbered! 🙂
I prefer to write in the third-person viewpoint for a novel. I do not like books written in the first person because I get bored reading them after the first paragraph. I like the third-person narrator as the voice for the story, a narrator who mostly just sees what’s going on but every so often can get behind the eyeballs of the protagonist. That’s what I read, and that’s what I write.