Mooring Against the Tide: Writing Fiction and Poetry (2nd Edition)
This guide to creative writing explores the two genres of poetry and fiction, and defines the basic elements of each. It offers a hands-on approach to writing, and includes essays from noted authors that enable readers to witness the creative evolution of poems and stories. Clearly written and organized, it also contains student writing samples and an easy-to-use guide to the workshop. The section on poetry covers such topics as imagery, lines and stanzas, sound, rhyme and meter, voice, and point of view. The fiction section looks at point of view, plot, character, setting, dialogue, style, tone, voice, and theme. For aspiring writers who view the writing process as a dynamic one, and are looking to improve their editing and critiquing skills.
Specifications of Mooring Against the Tide: Writing Fiction and Poetry (2nd Edition)
|Author||Jeff Knorr, Tim Schell|
|Publisher||Pearson Prentice Hall|
|Number Of Pages||410|
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