‚Äč

What element do writers rely on the most to reveal the character Mood dialogue epithets stereotypes?

Answer

epithets.
Q&A Related to "What element do writers rely on the most to..."
I think the key is understanding how your characters respond to stimulus/events, not how you would. You need to intimately understand their personality and so when they talk, it seems
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201310...
This will strike some writers as shameless, but I make the point in the workshops I teach on memoir writing that we do not go through our lives carrying around a digital recorder
http://www.writersroundabout.com/2010/02/february-...
I have always been more of a listener than a talker (probably hard to believe considering how long some of these answers are, huh?). I think that, because of this, I learned naturally
http://sera-phyn.com/faqonwriting.aspx
Explore this Topic
A round character is one that is fully developed. It is one where the writer has taken the time and effort to describe them to the fullest extent with dialogue ...
Comedy monologues in a sitcom provide a way for the writer to get in jokes without needing to create a dialogue between two characters. In some sitcoms, this is ...
The key elements of a drama include: the plot, theme, characters, dialogue, convention, genre as well as the audience. These elements are used by a writer to create ...
About -  Privacy -  Your Cookie Choices  -  Careers -  About P.G. Wodehouse -  Articles -  Help -  Feedback © 2014 IAC Search & Media