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Your book “STORY” is an analysis of how to write a classical screenplay. Have you considered writing an analysis of alternative ways of storytelling? - Question/Answer Now Playing


Your book “STORY” is an analysis of how to write a classical screenplay. Have you considered writing an analysis of alternative ways of storytelling?

Sep 25, 2012

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Your book “STORY” is an analysis of how to write a classical screenplay. Have you considered writing an analysis of alternative ways of storytelling? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at Sep 26, 2012 - 6:21 PM
Of course, I so remember, 15, sitting down in study hall, reading that preface that something along the lines of, "the writer must master the classical," and I went "pshhh," and skipped over it! It was only about five years later after playing around, sitting in college, that i flipped back to that chapter, and realized I had to learn it...
at Sep 26, 2012 - 6:21 PM
Of course, I so remember, 15, sitting down in study hall, reading that preface that something along the lines of, "the writer must master the classical," and I went "pshhh," and skipped over it! It was only about five years later after playing around, sitting in college, that i flipped back to that chapter, and realized I had to learn it...
at Sep 26, 2012 - 6:20 PM
Great question.  -- I can totally understand it because I had the same thought. Somewhere early on in "STORY," there is a sentence how "THIS book is about the classical," and it really made me think, "well...I wonder if there will ever be a book on Anti-structure."
at Sep 26, 2012 - 6:20 PM
Great question.  -- I can totally understand it because I had the same thought. Somewhere early on in "STORY," there is a sentence how "THIS book is about the classical," and it really made me think, "well...I wonder if there will ever be a book on Anti-structure."

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