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[Read] ➲ The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts ➺ David Lodge – Posthd.pro 《小說的五十堂課》內有五十個簡短篇章,編排輕鬆又容易吸收。每個篇章介紹一個小說技巧,包含「開頭」、「觀點」、「神秘」、「意識流」、「《小說的五十堂課》內有五十個簡短篇章,編排輕鬆又容易吸收。每個篇章介紹一個小說技巧,包含「開頭」、「觀點」、「神秘」、「意識流」、「陌生化」、「驚奇」、「角色介紹」、「寓言」、「異國風」、「諷刺」等等,完整涵蓋過去兩個?.

??紀以來,小說創作者常用的寫作手法與技巧。每個篇章的一開始,作者擷取一部或者多部經典小說的片段,包含《此情可問天》、《尤里西斯》、《麥田捕手》、《蒼蠅王》等作品,作為該篇章之例示。然後再用該篇章的主題(也就是招式)來分?.

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PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ Professor David Lodge is a graduate and Honorary Fellow of University College London He is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Birmingham where he taught from 1960 until 1987 when he retired to write full timeHe is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature was Chairman of the Judges for the Booker Prize for Fiction in 1989 and is the author of numerous works of li

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBThe Art of Fiction Illustrated from Classic and Modern Texts David Lodge The Art of Fiction is a book of literary criticism by the British novelist David Lodge The chapters of t


  2. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBLiterary criticism is often daunting for a novice I have ploughed through a lot of serious critical tomes in my life most of them in Malayalam to enhance my reading experience but I must confess that I have been only partly successful many of those erudite essays were way over my head And when it comes to literary th


  3. Sunil Sunil says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBThe very fact that the book has compelled me to put down my thoughts here when I've barely finished reading a uarter of it should reflect on how much a wonderful read it is What David Lodge has done is uite simple he has chosen a variety of styles in fiction eg intrusive author unreliable narrator suspense symbolism magical realism interior monologue etc and illustrated each of them with a passage taken from a well known book with a su


  4. Liam Liam says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBLiterature reviews are very personal things In school you learn English Language too by which judgements of narrative uality or what I as a scientist would rather call 'narrative efficiency' can be made based on the author's effective use of structural stylistic elements — punctuation syntax and concisionThe short story is that if you want to develop original and kickass reflections of literary criticism for high school novels or plays you must write essays on this is a brilliant book that contains many uotable examples of 'generalist principles' of what makes stylistic elements of fiction reveal author intent or improve an author's


  5. Lea Lea says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBThis book from the 90s is a collection of short columns about fiction with topics like the ending structure of a novel the title etc Each columnessay is only a few pages long and is centered around an abstract from a piece of literary fiction mostly novels For a book on literary critiue it's rather easy to read also because the short sections aren't linked in any way You don't need a long attention span On the other hand I found the book rather superficial I'd hoped to maybe learn a bit that I could use for my own writing and I didn't There's just not a lot of substance and a lot of the columns are rather like titles have you ever considered how important a title might be for a story? because it is but with a nicer flow and some intellectual words thrown in It's not bad as an introduction to the topics maybe and it was an okay read but a bit superfluous


  6. Smiley Smiley says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBWhen I first picked it up some months ago and browsed some pages inside I didn't want to read it due to its seemingly formidable technical terms in 50 headings but I later changed my mind due to its affirmation


  7. Ian Laird Ian Laird says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBDavid Lodge’s book has made me think differently about my reading indeed to read differentlyLodge examines aspects of approach and techniue authors use to enhance our understanding of what they do to tell their fictional stories He does not deconstruct so much as analyse the angles we can use to understand and appreciate fiction And he provides so


  8. Caroline Caroline says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBI'm not in the mood for fiction at the moment I know that is a ridiculously sweeping thing to say but really I'm not I had hoped that in reading this basic introduction to literary criticism that I might have a surge of wonder and excitement see all that I was missing and rush out and bury myself in a novelIt was not to be I huffed and puffed my way from chapter to chapter feeling irritated and disgruntled Firstly by the extracts from various novels none of which appealed and then by the analysis of each piece It all felt flat and boring and either difficult to understand or blindingly obvious Yes I was feeling that ratty I did learn a bit though so there is therefor


  9. Fonch Fonch says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBThe first of all that i must say before that i write my review is saying that Art of fiction was written by David Lodge It is not a bad book If Art of fiction had been a bad book i would have rated with two or one starI must recognise that David Losdge writes rather well and he is a perfect Professor of Literary Theory The topics which he speaks are well chosen It is a good point the division of the chapters in fifty chapters The book is really good translated to spanishIn my opinion the problem of this book is that some writers that David Lodge has chosen writers that i like to me very much All writers of the 19th century Evelyn Waugh Muriel Spark Graham G


  10. Stela Stela says:

    PDF/EPUB The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern ↠ posthd.pro ↠ fiction kindle, illustrated epub, from epub, classic book, modern mobile, texts kindle, The Art epub, of Fiction pdf, of Fiction Illustrated From epub, Art of Fiction epub, Art of Fiction Illustrated From ebok, The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts PDF/EPUBNo wonder The Art of Fiction is mandatory in the bibliography of many Literature 101 students It explains beautifully by analyzing excerpts from various masterpieces essential notions of literary theory and criticism Even if its 50 sections were initially written for a weekly newspaper column and with the declared intention to be comprehensible to a general public The Art of Fiction introduces the basic notions for anyone who intends to lose the innocence of reading and become a critic en herbe Somehow ironically dull the book begins with the Beginning and ends of course with the Ending both chapters presenting various ways to introduce and finish a story In between we learn about narrative voices about the form and the structure the time and the space the language the plot and so on as we did and forgot in high school and college I liked a lot of text analyses and as always I enjoyed reading Lodge but I have


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