High-concept storytelling in Gone 1: Big concept, small beginnings
Story - Narrative
Middle years and up
high concept narrative
- Introduce a high-concept narrative through controlled release of detail.
- This lesson begins an examination of the narrative structure of the first chapter of 'Gone'. How does the author introduce the massive supernatural event of the story, introduce the Hero, and build mystery and tension to keep you reading? We rewrite the passage looking at each of these details, and end with a checkpoint piece.