Cómo escribir una novela histórica by Maria Antonia de Miquel

By Maria Antonia de Miquel

Desde el Romanticismo los angeles novela histórica ha sido uno de los géneros más populares de l. a. literatura y hoy su vigencia es aún innegable. María Antonia de Miquel nos ofrece en este guide una clara descripción de sus principales elementos y nos propone una serie de útiles orientaciones para reconocer y resolver sus dilemas. Pues combinar con acierto Historia y ficción es un reto no exento de peligros.

Cómo escribir una novela histórica te ayudará, entre otras cosas, a poner orden en las tramas caóticas de l. a. Historia, a elegir lo relevante y descartar lo superfluo, a emprender los angeles investigación necesaria, a recurrir al tipo de narrador más conveniente, a solucionar problemas de ambientación o a decidir el registro de lengua adecuado. Complementado con una práctica guía de lecturas, este libro sin duda constituye l. a. mejor herramienta para iniciarse en el género.

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By Maria Antonia de Miquel

Desde el Romanticismo los angeles novela histórica ha sido uno de los géneros más populares de l. a. literatura y hoy su vigencia es aún innegable. María Antonia de Miquel nos ofrece en este guide una clara descripción de sus principales elementos y nos propone una serie de útiles orientaciones para reconocer y resolver sus dilemas. Pues combinar con acierto Historia y ficción es un reto no exento de peligros.

Cómo escribir una novela histórica te ayudará, entre otras cosas, a poner orden en las tramas caóticas de l. a. Historia, a elegir lo relevante y descartar lo superfluo, a emprender los angeles investigación necesaria, a recurrir al tipo de narrador más conveniente, a solucionar problemas de ambientación o a decidir el registro de lengua adecuado. Complementado con una práctica guía de lecturas, este libro sin duda constituye l. a. mejor herramienta para iniciarse en el género.

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