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Does Your Story Need More Tension? — A Writer’s Path

In case you slept through your high school or college lit classes, here’s a snazzier bit of discussion about dramatic irony; something you probably have been using and would recognize, just didn’t know the fancy description for. (Comments disabled here; please visit the original post.)

by Allison Maruska Have you read a story where the character knew everything that was going on and merely went through a checklist to solve the problem? I certainly hope not, because that would be boring as hell.

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