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Literary Points of View—Part 2
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In Part 1, I explained the meaning of the term literary of point of view (POV). I pointed out that: Every character in a literary work must have a POV. A character’s POV is critical for how a literary work turns … Continue reading

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Literary Points of View—Part 1
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A point of view (POV) is a manner of consideration or appraisal, a standpoint. It’s an opinion, attitude, or judgment. It’s the mental position from which ideas, people, or other physical things are viewed. It’s the spatial or ideational property … Continue reading

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Can a Literary Work Belong to More than One Genre?
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Can a liteary work belong to more than one genre? Visitors frequently ask this question because they often see literary works that are identified with a particular genre by publishers, advertisers, book stores, or libraries; and authors are often labeled … Continue reading

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Speculative Fiction
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In case you haven’t already discovered it, I’m presenting a new blog called Speculative Fiction. It’s about the literary genre of the same name, which includes fantasy, science fiction, horror fiction, and occult fiction. Urania is your hostess. She and … Continue reading

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