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Boys and Girls | Alice Munro

Alice Munro’s seminal story ‘Boys and Girls’ explores the problem of gender through the eyes of a young girl trying to find her place.

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Lens, perception and point-of-view

Great fiction uses this idea of point-of-view to breathe life into characters, to make them believable and compelling, memorable and engaging.

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The Yellow Wallpaper | Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Published way back in 1892, ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ is one of the few short stories to have truly stood the test of time. It’s still widely read to this day, and has been adapted into countless films, theatre productions and radio plays.

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Escalating the drama

Learn the secret to how great, compelling characters are created in modern fiction.

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What we talk about when we talk about dialogue

Learn the secret to how great, compelling characters are created in modern fiction.

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Katy | Bryan Washington

Katy by Bryan Washington is a wonderfully compact, moving story, charting the coming together of two old friends after a lifetime apart. This analysis explores the craft employed by Washington in bringing the story together, including structure, tension and denouement.

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