Sep 012014
 

The Last Bizarre Take - Latest novel by David Madden

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Listen to David Madden read A Secondary Character from The Last Bizarre Tale.

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THE LAST BIZARRE TALE: STORIES

A DEMON IN MY VIEW
THE SINGER
SECOND LOOK
A SECONDARY CHARACTER
SEVEN FROZEN STARLINGS
A WALK WITH THOMAS JEFFERSON AT POPLAR FOREST
JAMES AGEE NEVER LIVED IN THIS HOUSE
A PIECE OF THE SKY
LIGHTS
THE MASTER’S THESIS
THE INVISIBLE GIRL
THE LAST BIZARRE TALE
A HUMAN INTEREST DEATH
SHE ALWAYS HAD A WILL OF HER OWN
BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION
WHO KILLED HARPO MARX?
HURRY UP, PLEASE, IT’S TIME
WANTED: GHOST WRITER
A HUMAN INTEREST DEATH
LYING IN WAIT
THE HEADLESS GIRL’S MOTHEROVER THE CLIFF
THE RETREIVER

 

 

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  2 Responses to “The Last Bizarre Tale”

  1. Dear David,

    You stated that the possibilities of the omniscient point of view described by Romains in his introduction to “The Death of a Nobody” had yet to be realized ( I’m reading the 1988 version of your book “Revising Fiction”). Do you still believe this to be true? If not, what authors do you feel have realized those possibilities?

    Sincerely,

    Jason Brady Molohon

    Bradymolohon@gmail.com

  2. David Madden

    Dear Jason, My statement is still true. Few writers , and critics, understand the dynamics of either of the four point of view techniques, and assume Omniscient is clearest, but it is the richest and it potential is most difficult to achieve. Maybe I will try to do that myself. My concept of myriadmindedness comes close to mapping the way ahead.

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