Becoming a Novelist Presents . . . C o l o r a d o S p r i n g s F i c t i o n W r i t e r s G r o u p est. 1996 Page 1 © 2002, Hollie Snider, all rights reserved. Article obtained from the Colorado Springs Fiction Writer's Group (http://www.coloradospringsfictionwritersgroup.org) by Hollie ...
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In The Writing of Fiction (1925), novelist Edith Wharton states the following. At every stage in the progress of his tale the novelist must rely on what may be called