In this, our final episode of the 2016 season, we discuss the most important part of any story--the intersection of the objective and subjective points-of-view. We also discuss our analysis of Moana and wrap up our series on using Dramatica to write for Nanowrimo.
Narrative First publishes yearly from March through November. The podcast will continue to run over the holiday season and into the new year. If you have any questions or would like help structuring your story with Dramatica please contact us at http://narrativefirst.com/contact.
Show Notes & Links
- 30+ Page Forum Post on DoneDealPro about the Protagonist and Main Character Watch as I patiently try to explain the difference between a Protagonist and Main Character.
- Our Bookstore Download E-Book compilations of our articles
- The Narrative First Blog Semi-daily posting on story structure & story analysis
- Transforming Real Life into a Story and Disney's Moana Our podcast featuring an interview Disney Head of Story David Pimentel
- The Crucial Element to Telling a Great Story This week's companion article on the Crucial Element and what it means for your story
- Forget the Cat, Save Yourself! With all due respect, no more saving cats please.
- Moana Our analysis of the Disney animated feature starring Captain Kirk and Spock.
- Hacksaw Ridge Our analysis of the Mel Gibson directed WWII drama set in Okinawa 1945.
- Finding Your Own Unique Voice When Writing for Nanowrimo Last week's article where we secretly wove in the Crucial Element into our sample story.
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