Elizabeth Wydville: Meditations and Historical Analysis on the Fifteenth Century; Demonstrated through Narrative, Poetry, and Prose
Kazarinoff, Elizabeth Rebecca-Boehm
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This project has gone through many changes, some positive, some a little harder. Originally in conjunction with my English minor, I had hoped to write a historical novel - something around five hundred pages--maybe eventually publishing. After researching the historical aspects for three months however, I realized this task to be much harder than anticipated. My fiction at best sounded like a trashy romance novel, which is so typical of the writing about this period. Diane Seuss-Brakeman then suggested I use poetry as the vehicle for creative writing, rather than fiction. This proved much more effective, and helped my understanding of the historical inconsistencies as well as, congruencies within the period.
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