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" accomplish something and arrive somewhere. 2. The episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale and shall help to develop it. 3. The personages in a tale shall be alive, except in the case of corpses, and always the reader shall be able to tell... "
State Normal Monthly - Page 6
by Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia - 1897
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 12

Albert Shaw - 1895
...somewhere. But the ‘Deerslayer' tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. “2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the ‘Deerslayer' tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 12

Albert Shaw - 1895
...somewhere. But the ' Deerslayer ' tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. " 2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the ' Deerslayer ' tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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The Writings of Mark Twain, Volume 22

Mark Twain - 1899
...somewhere. But the Deerslayer tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. . 2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the Deerslayer tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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How to Tell a Story and Other Essays

Mark Twain - 1906 - 333 pages
...somewhere. But the Deerslayer tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. (2) They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the Deerslayer tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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The Writings of Mark Twain, Volume 22

Mark Twain - 1918
...somewhere. But the Deerslayer tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. .•2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be 'necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the Deerslayer tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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Essays on English

Brander Matthews - 1921 - 282 pages
...violated the rules which re261 quire that "a tale shall accomplish something and arrive somewhere"; that "the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it"; that "the personages in a tale shall be alive, except in the case of corpses, and that always the reader...
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Essays on English

Brander Matthews - 1922 - 282 pages
...the rules which re261 quire that “a tale shall accomplish something and arrive somewhere”; that “the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it”; that “the personages in a tale shall be alive, except in the case of corpses, and that always the...
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In Defense of Harriet Shelley and Other Essays

Mark Twain - 1918 - 404 pages
...somewhere. But the Deerslayer tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. 2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the Deerslayer tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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Marine Aquarium Keeping

Stephen Spotte - 1993 - 192 pages
...aquarium literature come dangerously dose to violating Mark Twain's third rule of writing: “That the personages in a tale shall be alive, except in the case of the corpses, and that always the reader shall be able to tell the corpses from the others.” MYTH...
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The North American Review, Volume 161

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1895
...somewhere. But the Deerslayer tale accomplishes nothing and arrives in the air. 2. They require that the episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. But as the Deerslayer tale is not a tale, and accomplishes nothing and arrives nowhere, the episodes...
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