2 edition of art of the story found in the catalog.
art of the story
Betsy J. Rosenblatt
|Statement||by Betsy J. Rosenblatt.|
|LC Classifications||HD62.6 .R67 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||00710349|
Could we imagine a lower standard of a Deity than that presented here to the child? I know of some that will be Christmas presents. You have an incredible opportunity. Cori Storytelling and Speaking Class I decided to take the speakers class because I believe that the story of chiropractic deserves my very best effort. Now, what else do you think I saw?
We are all hard wired for story. This field was set to grow, publishers eagerly wooing punters into buying the one big book on every impossibly massive but key subject. I hope you are not as cruel as that little boy. None of these constitutes a short story as it has been defined since the 19th century, but they do make up a large part of the milieu from which the modern short story emerged. To speak to them, especially on the subject of fairy-tales, is like playing on a delicate harp: the response is so quick and the sympathy so keen. There are also some uses of "primitive" that now seem dated, along with traces of Orientalism.
I do not mean machine-made art of the story book, which has to be done under adverse conditions in a certain time and which is similar to thousands of other pieces of work; but that work, upon which we can bestow unlimited time and concentrated thought. In the chapter on the positive side of this subject I shall speak more in detail of the educational value of robust and virile representation of fun and of sheer nonsense, but as a preparation to these statements, I should like to strike art of the story book note of warning against the element of exaggerated and coarse fun being encouraged in our school stories, partly, because of the lack of humor in such presentations a natural product of stifling imagination and partly, because the strain of the abnormal has the same effect as the too frequent use of the melodramatic. What Art demands is that the artist's personal convictions and notions, his likes and dislikes, do not obtrude themselves at all; that good and evil stand judged in his work by the logic of events, as they do in nature, and not by any special pleading on his part. There is a tendency in preparing stories to begin with detail work, often a gesture or side issue which one has remembered from hearing a story told, but if this is done before the contemplative period, only scrappy, jerky and ineffective results are obtained, on which one cannot count for dramatic effects. He was a real nice man. The bibliographies have been expanded and updated, and the maps and charts redrawn.
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Stories containing strong sensational episodes. The philosophy guiding Halpern's choices, as he points out in a refreshingly art of the story book introduction, is that contemporary authors, unlike the early moderns collected art of the story book his previous anthology, are essentially reactionary: they respond conservatively, critically and satirically to the effluvia of current popular media.
There is no space for art of the story book failures or missteps. Nothing is built up by lath and canvas; everything has to be created by the poet's speech. It is a problem of the entire body. You can play the possibility game. Many entrepreneurs and corporate executives have turned to it for inspiration and advice on how to succeed in competitive business situations.
Therefore, I maintain that capacity for work, and even drudgery, is among the essentials of story-telling. One has only to take some examples from the Chap Books of the beginning of last century to realize the difference of appeal.
I also explained the meaning of the word Brahman—at a proper distance, however, lest the audience should class him with the wild animals. The short story is usually concerned with a single effect conveyed in only one or a few significant episodes or scenes.
The nut-crackers turned somersaults, and the pencil scribbled nonsense on the slate. It encourages speculation in the children's minds, which increases their interest when the story is taken up again.
What do I pick? They will then settle down with a freer mind though the mood may include a touch of resignation to the description you are about to offer them. He saw the little kitten near the water. I was confirmed in this theory when I addressed an audience of blind people 4 for the first time, and noticed how closely they attended, and how much easier it seemed to them because they were so completely "undistracted by the sights around them.
The reason is obvious. Why should I see an elephant in my yard? It is the desire to protect them from knowledge which they already possess and with which they, equally conscientious, are apt to "turn and rend" the narrator. Attention flagged, fidgeting began, the atmosphere was rapidly becoming spoiled in spit of the patience and toleration still shown by the children.
In "Alice in Wonderland" the Duchess says, "'And the moral of that is: Take care of the sense and the sounds will take care of themselves. Perhaps one of the greatest artifices is to take a quick hold of your audience by a striking beginning which will enlist their attention from the start.
In fact, they are more based in reality because they are describing a substance that is actually in the glass. There is one development of story-telling which seems to have been very little considered, either in America or in our own country, namely, the telling of stories to old people, and that not only in institutions or in quiet country villages, but in the heart of the busy cities and in the homes of these old people.
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