Character in fiction Day/half-day Event Sat 07 February 2015

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Day/half-day Event

10.00-16.00 Saturday 07 February 2015

Centre for Open Studies University of Glasgow – Creative Writing

Tutor: Alan McMunnigall

Character is one of the most fundamental and important elements of fiction. This day school will look at how writers create characters. We will examine the techniques and approaches that writers use to create memorable and believable characters. Published work will be examined to see examples of successful characterisation in fiction. Students will write in class, using writing exercises that will allow them a deeper understanding of how character works in fiction.


Enrol  – Course number: 17512

St Andrews Building, 11 Eldon Street, (off Gibson Street), Glasgow, G3 6NH

Ideally enrol for this course – there should also be places available on the day.

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