Published March 11, 2008
by Writers Digest Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
In The Power of Point of View, RITA Award-winning author Alicia Rasley first teaches you the fundamentals of point of view (POV)—who is speaking, why, and what options work best within the conventions of your chosen genre. The Power of Point of View presents POV as an interaction of the writer, character– and reader. POV is, in fact, the reader’s vehicle through the story, and the writer can experiment to . Such personal emotion for an imagined character is the power of the Third Person Limited point of view, putting us solely in the heart of the protagonist and no one else. We care about his life, because his life is all we have. The Power of Point of View goes beyond simply defining the various POV options and shows readers how to use this powerful narrative to enhance and tie together all other story components. This is a Writer's Digest Book.
In The Power of Point of View, RITA Award-winning author Alicia Rasley first teaches you the fundamentals of point of view (POV)who is speaking, why, and what options work best within the conventions of your chosen genre. Buy The Power Of Point Of View: Make Your Story Come To Life 1st edition by Rasley, Alicia () Paperback by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: Buy The Power Of Point Of View: Make Your Story Come To Life 1st. Ed by Rasley, Alicia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: What point of view is used? Joshua walked into the room carefully. He began to sweat as he looked at the equipment in the room. He wondered what tools Dr. Scott would be using on his teeth. His fear was short lived. He was excited when the dentist told him that he didn’t have any cavities.
I've read over writing craft books in the last forty years and " The Power Of Point Of View: Make Your Story Come To Life " is the one I wish I'd read first and the most often. My degree is in philosophy, which I love and have read all my life, so the author's well thought out and fully analyzed presentation was like music to my ears/5. Author’s Viewpoint L. Shaw Oct. Author’s Viewpoint The author’s opinion about a topic. How the author feels about a topic. Directions Read the passage. by LEON SEAMAN Gary Yamasaki’s work on point-of-view dynamics is rooted in literary criticism, but draws on the analogy of camera angle in film to illustrate these dynamics. When I read his first book, Watching a Biblical Narrative, its title suggested the interaction between reading text and watching film or live performance. A powerful point of view sets the context for interpreting your quarterly financials. People relate to and remember stories, even people who make a living analyzing facts. This reality makes the story about your business more important than the facts about your business.