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gr wrote:You don't have to reinvent the wheel to have a unique spin on something. I am reminded of a line from a well-known director (whose name is totally slipping my mind) about regular episodic television series. He said the reason they work is because as viewers we basically really want to see the same show every week -- but different.
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CJoshua wrote:Authors are struggling to sound "new" and "original" all the time, it's natural, and I know this feeling. But the problem is that there are basic plot patterns which we, writers, cannot avoid. The literary plot aspect for any essay writer in the system is rather complicated, if you look at it in the article 1,462 Basic Plot Types (some notes about the scientific quest for universal plot types).
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