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MFA 687 - Point of View and Characterization (3)

This course offers a close study of how writers construct complex points of view and how these points of view shape characters and the reader's deepening understanding of them. Technical considerations may include the choice of person, single or multiple narrators, voice, degree of access to characters, and the question of reliability.  Readings will be in both short and long fiction. Offered in the Spring.