Literary theory is an essential part of the writer's toolkit. It has a lot to say about the elements of fiction (character, conflict, plot, point-of-view, etc.) as well as story structure and prose style. Literary theory is not just for academics—it has specific and actionable advice for writers to enhance their work.
This course discusses some of the major movements in literary theory and how they help writers tell better stories.
This class meets on Wednesday, December 6th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm over Zoom. You will receive a personalized Zoom-link to your email address at least 24-hours before the course begins.
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