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"Cyniquian" Level Poster
Post Number: 172
|Posted on Friday, June 25, 2004 - 08:59 am: |
A novice like myself who only writes/publishes technical texts and poetry is just begging for trouble by answering this one, but if I may, I'd like to take a stab at this one.
In my humble opinion, the characterizations have to be most important. If the characters are not believable, if the author fails to achieve an interest in the his characters, then he can't pull off the plot or the theme and the point of view won't matter. If the reader doesn't give a shit what happens to the people involved, then the rest falls apart.
I don't want to break the rules of Justwrite's thread, but I am interested(for some unknown reason) in C-neek and Chrishayden's views on this.
Far be it from me to start another outlandish debate...Just curious.
Good question, by the way, Abm!
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