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comment Are the following passages examples of tense change? Are they allowed in fiction writing?
@Philipp Oh, yeah. I edited that out. But maybe italics are OK?
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comment Making characters multidimensional and unique. What can i do?
@user8727 I didn't take those from animes. The toe fetish is from a friend and the house cleaner from a movie called Synodoche, New York. But I'm curious, could you give me an example? I would like to see that anime.
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comment Making characters multidimensional and unique. What can i do?
@user8727 Anime? Ha. Which technique of all that I listed?
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answered Making characters multidimensional and unique. What can i do?
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revised Is the following analogy of natural selection effective and clear?
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comment Is the following analogy of natural selection effective and clear?
I guess I'm better at writing analogies than questions.
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comment Is the following analogy of natural selection effective and clear?
I edited the question. How about now?
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comment Is the following analogy of natural selection effective and clear?
Oh, you're right. But the character just wants to point out are not the perfect pebbles that fall down but those with right shapes. So maybe I don't have to explain the whole process?
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