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Breaking the Rules: Non-traditional Storytelling, 2003


Scope and Contents

We all know that one of the basic elements in storytelling is human kind's interaction with its environment. But how can you use the environment to tell your entire story? Using such nontraditional storytelling techniques isn't an easy task, and regardless of whether your story is lost in space, or adrift at sea, it must find a way to move on, even without words.


  • 2003


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From the Collection: English

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