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The Art of Dramatic Writing
by Frank Delgado, 12.18.06
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Pick up Lajos Egri book, Art Of Dramatic Writing: Its Basis in the Creative Interpretation of Human Motives. I though I was ready to launch a book until I read Egri's book. He explains how to make the difference in a great story, a story that will be remembered for its character, as oppose to a common story, a nice story.

I feel strongly that any writer who had not read this book has short changed himself and the reading public. But I warn you that after you have read it you will have to reshape your story and that can be painful. But isn't that what writing is about: Pain that leads to Ecstasy once your work is complete.

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