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Why do some books grab you from the very first line?

 

What did Aristotle have to say about the art of telling stories?

 

Is there a secret structure to stories known by all the best writers?

 

In this neat pocket book, English lecturer Amy Jones describes the clever narrative scaffolds used for thousands of years by novelists and scriptwriters.

 

With helpful examples, diagrams and cartoons, this is an essential reference guide for writers of all ages and disciplines.

 

WOODEN BOOKS are small but packed with information.

"Fascinating"

FINANCIAL TIMES.

 

"Beautiful"

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS.

 

"Rich and Artful"

THE LANCET.

"Genuinely mind-expanding"

FORTEAN TIMES.

 

"Excellent"

NEW SCIENTIST.

 

"Stunning"

NEW YORK TIMES.

Small books, big ideas.

Amy Jones - Plot : The Art Of Story

£5.99Price
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