Narration And Perspective In Fiction, Sat 29 October, 2016, Creative Writing, Centre for Open Studies, University of Glasgow

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Narration And Perspective In Fiction

Sat Oct 29, 2016, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Centre for Open Studies

University of Glasgow

Narration and perspective are fundamental and important elements of fiction. This day school will look at how writers employ narration to develop plots, tell stories and create characters. We will examine the approaches that writers use, such as focalisation and perspective. Published work will be examined to see examples of narration and perspective. Students will write in class, using writing exercises that will allow them a deeper understanting of how narration fucntions in fiction.

To introduce students to Creative Writing; to build students knowledge of approaches to writing prose fiction; to build confidence in ability to recognise writing techniques. To embark upon and/or develop writing fiction.

Tutor: Alan McMunnigall
Reference: Narration and Perspective in Fiction 10995

Further Details and To Book

Centre for Open Studies: University of Glasgow – Writing Fiction: Intermediate
Writing Short Stories, Centre for Open Studies, Creative Writing, University of Glasgow Starts 26 Sept 2016

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