How to tell a Short Story

Telling a short story

You ever listened to someone who told a story and got bored to death? That flesh of history was interesting, but you couldn't stay engaged. Why? How to tell a story, a short story by Mark Twain. There was once in a fairy tale when a girl lived very happily, but she had an annoying visitor who looked almost like a witch.

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Storytelling - The Art of Storytelling - Telling and Creation of the Short Story

So in many ways there is nothing particular or hard about writing or narrating a short story. Really, you have to do the same fundamental things as a longer story with a few variants. You can be interested in the story yourself and tell it with a little bit of enthusiasm and commotion.

Change the number of details or descriptions you want to insert into the story items, such as the character, the attitude and the issue. Enough to enable the public to recreate these items in their own imaginations, but not so much that the public has nothing more to do.

You have to tell it with emotion. Allow the different emotions that are reflected in the story to express themselves in your own voices, in your own bodies, gestures and mimics. Keep a good relationship with your audiences and be willing to change your narrative style with them. Varieties can include: how much your storyteller is interacting with the public outside the story itself.

Maintain your storyteller and interact with the public to some extent. Prepare to temper your own energies and your own visibility a little so that it does not dictate history itself. Audiences want to listen to and experience the story and you. Reduce the level of detail of some items.

As an example:-'One year ago I left the door of the school................' contains a great deal of'history' information that is enough to put the public in a position to create the film. Prepare to shorten (not eliminate) the expressiveness of emotions in history. It' s a short story, so your audiences will miss these key points if you don't pay enough heed.

They want the public to focus on the story, not on your intro or an assistant in the center. The narrative structure lets you make an interesting story about everything. It is a specific story coding that allows you to contain a story in an interesting way.

Like a street card can't describe or present every characteristic on the way from point A to point A, or would be so big that it would never go in the vehicle, let alone the gloves, so you have to decide which things to keep in the story and which not.

It is good to know that the narrative structure contains the fundamental cipher. always have a preference, no mater how small. always have a fix or resolut. Are you doing the above and you always have a story, but is it going to be a good story? So what makes a story "good", "interesting" or "fascinating"?

Here are just a few possibilities. take your storyteller with something like - "And you know what, I've never come to "blah, blah, blah, blah, blah" that he said................." but for a little detail that lets the public know that the story goes on in another world. Back to the homepage of The Art of Storytelling.

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