High-concept storytelling in Gone 4: Speaking for the group
Story - Narrative
Middle years and up
high concept narrative
showing crowd emotion
representing a crowd
- Use a small reaction to illustrate a bigger underlying emotion.
- This lesson continues examining the structure of the first chapter of Gone. How does the author use one or two people to represent the feelings of the crowd, and use the scene to introduce character traits of the hero? We rewrite the passage looking at each of these details, and end with a checkpoint piece.