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Dwight V. Swain
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How to Build Fictional Characters

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Charles-Edouard Jeanneret set about the taks of reinventing everything he had touched, from himself to architecture. Famously, he began with his own name. His resonant pseudonym, Le Corbusier, meant crow-like, and he spent most of his career observing - as if from the air, like a crow - the wide horizon of worldwide developments in architecture, painting, writing, urbanism...more
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Dwight Vreeland Swain's first published story was "Henry Horn's Super Solvent", which appeared in Fantastic Adventures in 1941. He contributed stories in the science fiction, mystery, Western, and action adventure genres to a variety of pulp magazines.

He joined the staff in the extremely successful Professional Writing Program at the University of Oklahoma training writers of commercial fiction a...more
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