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Course Description

Whose story is it? Who tells the story and why? How does a writer decide how much to get inside a character's head? What are the advantages of different points of view? We will examine exemplary work, including pieces by Julia Alvarez, Michelle Cliff, Robert(a) Marshall, John Edgar Wideman, and others. Students will experiment with telling stories and writing essays from different points of view, and move from close up to panoramic.

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Deadline for Online Registration: Thursday, June 17 at 5 pm CT.

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Section Title
Closeness and Point of View in Fiction and Nonfiction
Type
Discussion
Days
Th
Time
1:30PM to 4:00PM
Dates
Jun 24, 2021 to Aug 12, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
20.0
Location
  • Online
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $595.00
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