OpenStudy (anonymous):

"Vision, Voice and the Power of Creation: An Author Speaks Out," by T. A. Barron, and answer the question that follows: Yet deeper than character, or even place, is another concept: voice. More than any other doorway to the imagination, I find this one the trickiest to open—and the hardest to close. For a character's true voice is heard, its tones, cadences, and ideas are long remembered. The ancients [people from ancient history] used anima, in fact, to describe breath as well as soul. That is wholly appropriate, for in the breath—the voice—of a c

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

The author writes, "If the writer can truly hear the voice of a character, so will the reader." What type of statement is this? Implicit Interrogative Explicit Exclamatory

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

What do you need help with?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Robert136 i dont understand this

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