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Four Kinds of Pace

What do we mean by pace?  Generally, it’s taken to mean the activity level of a plot.  When lots of outward and visible events occur, especially in rapid succession, pace is said to be fast.  When a novel is more contemplative and less active, it’s pace is slow. Fast pace is associated with commercial novels […]
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