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November 20 2017 Literary Fiction Newsletter

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Literary Writing – Your Story’s Climax
The climax is the most intensified point in your story that's reached when there’s a major struggle between the protagonist and an external force (e.g. an antagonist, or even the protagonist himself), or a crucial decision is made that leads to a turning or breaking point within the story.


November 20 - Don DeLillo
November 20 - Selma Lagerlof
November 21 - Isaac Singer
November 22 - Andre Gide
November 24 - Arundhati Roy
November 27 - James Agee
November 28 - William Blake
November 29 - Louisa May Alcott
November 29 - Madeline L'Engle
November 29 - C. S. Lewis
November 30 - Theodor Mommsen
November 30 - Mark Twain
November 30 - Sir Winston Spencer-Churchill
November 30 - Jonathan Swift
November 30 - M.T. Kelly

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