Inciting Incidents, Characterization through Relationships, and Setting as Character – Biblio Breakdown 001

Don’t call it a book review.

In this first ever Biblio Breakdown, we examine inciting incidents, characterization through relationships, setting as character, dramatic irony, and more, all with the goal of developing a deeper understanding of how we can approach each of these in our own writing.

To do this, we’ll do a deep dive into Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns. If you haven’t read A Thousand Splendid Suns, there’s no need to fear: I provide context along the way to make sure the content is as accessible to those who have read as it is to those who have not.

After each topic, I offer sample writing exercises or prompts you can use to move forward with a re-examination of or fresh perspective on the subject matter discussed.

So pop in those headphones or turn up the speakers, it’s time for the very first Biblio Breakdown!

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