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By Lewis Turco

ISBN-10: 0898799473

ISBN-13: 9780898799477

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Gimme, gimme," Fred says, wiggling the fingers o f his left hand. "Don't keep making me pull it out of you . " "Plot has t o d o with the story line o f actions and events that take place in the narrative, and the resolution of the conflict between protagonist and antagonist. Just as theme is the thread of thought that binds all elements of the narrative, plot can be defined as 'the thread of actions and events' that carries the narrative and that serves to exemplify the theme. " Fred scratches his head.

The Author rises and leaves, wishing immediately that h e hadn't - the heat on t h e attic stairs outside the door i s like a big fuzzy mitten enveloping his body. As he goes carefully down the steep stairs he hears the soft clicking of the keyboard behind him. "I thought he'd never leave," Fred writes. "Sure, I can type - whatever he can do, I can do as well or better. This busi­ ness of being Fred Foyle is a drag. Why couldn't it have been I who am the Author instead? I could have invented him instead .

Fred whispers. "She looks more or less like a normal person. I thought editors were something like ogres in tigers' clothing. " "Shut up, Foyle! " the Author rasps, she'll hear you . I don't know if that's what she looks like. " Turn­ ing to his fictive editor the Author rises and says in as gracious a manner as possible, "Come in and sit down, won't you, Ms. " "Thank you," she replies. " " I am, and this is my friend and partner, Fred Foyle. " "Oh, yes," Deditter says, smoothing the neatly pressed pleats of her linen skirt.

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