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How a Steadfast Character Changes the World - Articles - Narrative First
Stephanie McDonald is a steadfast character. Don't try and change her.
creativity  writing  novel  book  dramatica  subtext 
june 2019 by leehopkins
Do You Know Your Story’s Subtext? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
Character Motivations: Does the hero step into the fray because they want to stand up for underdog or because they’re trying to impress someone?

If we have the hero literally save a cat, readers might find them likable, yes. But why? A scene like that could have the subtext that the hero likes cats
subtext  char  setup  trait  bio  rewrite 
may 2016 by johnnyskoolz
The history of the gay subtext of Batman and Robin.
Intention doesn’t matter when it comes to gay subtext. Imagery does.
batman  queer  subtext 
april 2016 by zozo
Two-way Dataflow on Vimeo
alarmingdevelopment.org/?p=911
subtext  dataflow 
december 2014 by mac
empathy and education | Abler.
"Other students seem to understand that empathy is always perched precariously between gift and invasion. They won’t even press the stethoscope to my skin without asking if it’s okay. They need permission. They don’t want to presume. Their stuttering unwittingly honors my privacy: Can I…could I…would you mind if I—listened to your heart? No, I tell them. I don’t mind. Not minding is my job. Their humility is a kind of compassion in its own right. Humility means they ask questions, and questions mean they get answers and answers mean they get points on the checklist: a point for finding out my mother takes Wellbutrin, a point for getting me to admit I’ve spent the last two years cutting myself, a point for finding out my father died in a grain elevator when I was two—for realizing that a root system of loss stretches radial and rhizomatic under the entire territory of my life.

In this sense, empathy isn’t just measured by checklist item 31—voiced empathy for my situation/problem–but by every item that gauges how thoroughly my experience has been imagined. Empathy isn’t just remembering to say that must really be hard—it’s figuring out how to bring difficulty into the light so it can be seen at all. Empathy isn’t just listening; it’s asking the questions whose answers need to be listened to. Empathy requires inquiry as much as imagination. Empathy requires knowing you know nothing. Empathy means acknowledging a horizon of context that extends perpetually beyond what you can see."
empathy  education  listening  context  sarahendren  2014lesliejamison  heidijulavits  medicine  leanawen  joshuakosowsky  ritacharon  literature  subtext  askingquestions  questionasking 
may 2014 by robertogreco

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