Monday, May 19, 2008


Pacing is the speed at which the novel reads and the speed of the information given to the reader. A fast-paced novel will read quickly, with information easily absorbed. A slow-paced novel will take longer to absorb the information and events will move more slowly.

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Related topics: structure, narrative drive, narrative focus, description

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