To Keep Things Moving - Mazarin - A Tall-Tale Storyline (CD, Album)

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  1. Yozshugrel 04.12.2019 @ 01:05
    To tell a great story—any story—wrap it around this tried and true framework: 1) Introduce a worthy hero with a massive goal. We use the word “hero” lightly here. A hero is your protagonist, the main character in your story. He must be likeable so your hearers or readers identify with and root for him. Describing a massive goal is Author: Marcus Brotherton.
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  3. In Living to Tell the Tale, how does memory shape meaning and identity? 6. The child Gabriel has memories that could not have taken place, which gives him "a bad name in the house for having intrauterine memories and premonitory dreams" [p. 70]. What is the role of prophecies, dreams, and irrational fears in the story of García Márquez's life? 7.
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