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Search Results for: character psychology
True of people; true of characters: When hit with great personal grief, how many of us stop to think about how all those around us are coping – especially those whose approach to life is to keep it all inside? … Continue reading
The minds of characters work very much like our own. People think both in terms of time and of space. Our time sense gives us the ability to predict what is likely to happen next. Our space sense gives us … Continue reading
Here is an early article about a new aspect of narrative science I was developing. It is based on a previous concept from our Dramatica theory of narrative structure called the Storymind. The Story Mind asserts that every story has … Continue reading
Here’s an article about real world narrative I published shortly after al Awlaki, an American recruiter for terrorism, was killed in a raid: Recently, al Awlaki (the infamous “American” Al Qaeda) was killed by American forces. He was viewed as … Continue reading
By Melanie Anne Phillips This article is excerpted from text I wrote in Dramatica Story Structure Software. It describes one of key story structure choices you need to make if your Main Character is to ring true at a fundamental level. Here’s … Continue reading
By Melanie Anne Phillips A story begins when the Main Character has become stuck in the highest level of justification. Nobody gets there because they are stupid or mean. They get there because their unique life experience has brought them repeated … Continue reading