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To me, _Story_ by Robert McKee is an unbelievably useful tool for analysing tales afterwards." When you' re reading a well-made, beloved bestseller or watching a film or television show with these skills, and want to learn how it works, what makes it work, you'd find it difficult to find a better one, and you should just order this one now... you're ready for a reward.
Being an up-and-coming author can be very useful to you (as the many fervent critiques here show), but it could also be a problem in a way you don't anticipate. This is the point from which I write this comment. To write my own story is an unbelievably intimate one, so I'm not saying that those who like to write this script are mistaken.
If you have a certain attitude or attitude for typing, I think this will be very useful to you. However, if you don't, you should be approaching _Story_ with some care (which I will tell you in a minute). A number of literary experts use a very methodological, intelligent stance, assembling tales like clockmakers, meticulously designing a complicated clock, first drawing out in detail and using them as building blocks for their series.
So if you already know that you are this kind of author, you should order _Story_ right now, because you will almost certainly like it and find it unbelievably useful. A number of authors use a more organized, intuitional method in which the creation of a story is an unscheduled exploration procedure (the so-called "pants", because they work from the "seat of their pants").
When you know that you are this kind of author, you may find _story_ intellectually convincing (because it's safe), but it could also confuse your mind (see below). But on the other side, it is too intellectual for me to use a strict sketching method. Suddenly, I sense that I am losing the creativity and excitement that made me make history first.
Instead, I "solve" my story structures like a puzzling puzzles, obsolete by the fear of scoring the right points in the right way at the right moment, and things like taking away my story. What takes me back to _Story_. McKee, as someone else here said, does not say: "These are regulations!
He describes the story-telling principals he has been developing over many years of research and analyses. Thing is, his rapprochement is extreme methodically and intellectually, it has a gravitational force that will draw you in this area. As I said before, if your penmanship and your way of thinking are on the same wave length as what McKee is teaching, it will be great for you and you will like it.
Failure to do so may confuse your mind and your typing for a while. There' s useful thinking here, and it's good to be conscious of it, even if you don't want to build like McKee toories. If you put McKee's instruments into action and it just doesn't work for you, or you're just not such a novelist, then don't worry if it felt like your mind had been taken over by McKee for a while.