Episode 18 - The HARVARD Model for developing characters

September 20, 2014 00:09:04
Episode 18 - The HARVARD Model for developing characters
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 18 - The HARVARD Model for developing characters

Sep 20 2014 | 00:09:04

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The HARVARD model is a systematic process for developing the personae of your characters. It's different from other character generators in two ways: first, it encourages you, the writer, to show how the character's personality manifests itself, and how they interact with others; and second it acknowledges the way in which character and plot should work together to produce your story.

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