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Old 07-07-2012, 03:55 PM   #16
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Have any of you ever tried doing the "letter writing" approach? CS Lewis did it with the Screwtape Letters. I tried it once and gave up after the first chapter. It has to be the single most impossible form of literary writing out there, because you have to literally create a story through the one sided first person narrative format of a letter. You can create multiple sided stories using multiple letters, but Lewis did it with a single person, IE Screwtape, and thus upped the impossibility factor by miles.
I started one or two and they just did not work out for me.

Hardest for me is the 3rd person observer POV where you only report on what some one could SEE going on. Motive and emotion has to be inferred from actions as there is no thoughts to read.

Still trying to figure out how to write in SECOND person though...
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