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Too much history and not enough story

Neus Real Mercadal

Too much history and not enough story

Montserrat Roig"s literary output of the seventies and its critical reception

by Neus Real Mercadal

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roig, Montserrat, -- 1946-

  • Edition Notes

    Dissertation (M.Phil.) University of Birmingham, Department of Hispanic Studies, 1994.

    Statementby Maria Neus Real Mercadal.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21123583M

    Compare your response to the feedback by clicking the "Check" or the "Check " button. — too short short enough. to reach the gum balls. The baby isn't tall enough. — reach to reach reaching. tall enough to get a gum ball. Santa Claus isn't. — too thin thin enough. to fit down the chimney. too fat to fit down the chimney.   Not knowing your main character is an automatic recipe for disaster. You’re trying too hard to make it work—If you’ve rewritten the story more than two or three times and still don’t have anything you’d be willing to show off, your story is most likely not working. By the third rewrite, you should have a pretty damn good story going on.

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