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Douglas

Greenville, OH, USA | Member Since 2006

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  • Whose Story Is It? Writing from a Clear Point of View

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 50 mins)
    • By Madeline DiMaggio
    • Narrated By Madeline DiMaggio
    Overall
    (23)
    Performance
    (4)
    Story
    (5)

    Deciding on a point of view is one of the hardest tasks a writer faces. Here is expert advice on discovering whose story you are telling, and on point of view as seen by the characters, the audience, the writer, the camera, and more. And you'll hear DiMaggio's own point of view on what it means to be a writer - passion for the process, learning about yourself, scaling the wall of rejection and growing with your characters.

    Charles says: "Screenplay advice from a sitcom writer"
    "POV: poser exposer."
    Overall

    I think somebody deleted your program and let their girlfriend record a joke version of the explanation of literary point of view. She has to be somebody's girlfriend. No self-respecting female in any level of management would allow this waste of time to be offered to the public.
    The woman attempts to explain the meaning of point of view as the everyday use of the term with barely a tangential connection to writing.
    And that's about as far as she gets. The content doesn't approach junior high school quality on the subject.
    The only reason I can think of for it even being recorded is that the presenter seems to be full of herself and probably said, Why not. Somebody might buy it. Evidently, two fools met.

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