By Matt Madden
Ninety nine how you can inform a narrative is a sequence of engrossing one-page comics that inform an identical tale ninety-nine other ways. encouraged by means of Raymond Queneau's 1947 routines fashionable, a mainstay of inventive writing classes, Madden's venture demonstrates the expansive diversity of chances on hand to all storytellers. Readers are taken on an enlightening tour-sometimes fun, consistently stunning -through the area of the tale. Writers and artists in each media will locate Madden's assortment particularly worthy, even revelatory. here's a likelihood to determine the total scope of possibilities on hand to the storyteller, every one utilized to a unmarried state of affairs: various issues of view, visible and verbal parodies, formal reimaginings, and radical shuffling of the fundamental elements of the tale. Madden's striking sequence of techniques will encourage storytellers to imagine via and round stumbling blocks that would another way hinder them from getting solid rules onto the web page. ninety nine how you can inform a narrative offers a version that might spark effective conversations between every kind of inventive humans: novelists, screenwriters, photograph designers, and cartoonists.
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G. wicchom 'their face' 0 1 . 1 -3 . g. missieru 'his father' 0 1 . 5 . g. pajjiina 'our country' 0 8 . 35 : 1 ; j1 triqtu 'on his way' o 1 . 5 . 1 7 :2. In this respect again, journalistic Maltese reflects the spoken language. Siculo-Italian loan nouns may occasionally take a pronominal suffix in some of the above cases. More often than not, however, they take the possessive pronoun intead, as in id-delegazzjoni tieghu 'his delegation' 0 1 . 1 . 1 5- 1 6 : I , and not *delegazzjonitu although this form is morphologically correct.
G. u 'and', meta 'when', jew 'or', 60 MORPHOLOGY jekk 'if, gnaliex and gnax 'because', bhalma 'as'. Such Semitic conjunctions are common at all levels of Maltese. g. mentri 'while', galadarba (It. gia 'since' + Semitic Maltese la 'since' + darba 'once' ; this is replaced in literary Maltese by la or ladarba or bi/Ii) 'since', sija . . sija 'both . . and'. These conjunctions are rare in the literary language, but quite common in the newspapers, as well as in spoken Maltese. The following examples illustrate their use in the press.
These are generally either nouns of unity, as in the case of serqa 'burglary' from the verb seraq 'to steal', or nouns denoting state or action, as in serq 'stealing' from the same verb seraq as above. Such reconstructions occur in both the literary and the journalistic language. g. 55 : 1 6. g. mument 'moment', motto 'motto', Marzu 'March', kaje 'coffee', suffle 'sponge-cake'. g. in vaijoni 'invasion', serje 'series', munita (cp. Italian moneta) 'coin'. Exceptions to these rules exist in both the literary and the journalistic language, but on the whole, the rules, as formulated here, are better observed in the newspapers.
99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style by Matt Madden