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Sunday, 10 October 2010

Stop Press!

If you're writing a soliloquy, in Shakespeare's style, then you need not adhere to the 600 word count. If you're writing the dramatic monologue or creative writing then I think that this word limit is acceptable. If you are struggling with this then do let me know.
Hope you've enjoyed your long weekend!
Ms Caldwell

6 comments:

  1. Hello
    Is it alright if we've gone over the word limit...?
    And if it's a piece of creative writing, does it still have to be in old english etc?
    I've done it but it's quite long and doesn't use Shakespeare style language! I hope that's ok :s
    See you Wednseday
    Eleanor

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  2. That's fine, Eleanor. If it's not written in Shakespeare's style it doesn't matter either - there was a choice.
    I hope you've found it ok; i know lots of people have been struggling with it.
    See you tomorrow
    Ms :)

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  3. Hello Ms Caldwell!
    I hope my piece of creative writing was not too long - I do tend to get carried away with these things!
    I'm looking forward to reading a post about celebrity tragedy - and I believe I heard something about Star Wars...?
    See you next week for lots of drama!
    Eleanor :)

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  4. Getting carried away is a good thing!
    I need a bit of time for the next post, but it'll be up tomorrow evening. Sorry about the wait...
    Ms :)

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  5. Don't worry about the wait - it can be a lesson in dramatic tension, something I'm sure even Shakespeare himself used!
    Eleanor :)

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