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The Art of Time in Fiction

The Art of Time in Fiction: As Long as It Takes by Joan Silber

A look at various uses of time, passage of time, structure of time, speed and slowness, flashbacks (a correction:  flashbacks are a technique to reveal backstory, they are not the same thing), the effect of death on a story.  Literary in examples.
Tags: lit crit, story time
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