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The Art of Story Writing : TABLE OF CONTENTS

by Nathaniel C. Fowler, JR   

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I Entering a Literary Career
CHAPTER II The Writing of Novels
CHAPTER III The Writing of a Short Story
CHAPTER IV The Story of Adventure
CHAPTER V The Mystery Story
CHAPTER VI The Detective Story
CHAPTER VII Stories for Children
CHAPTER VIII Humorous Writing
CHAPTER IX Special Stories or Articles
CHAPTER X The Writing of Poetry
CHAPTER XI Play Writing
CHAPTER XII Motion-Picture Plays
CHAPTER XIII The Name of a Book or Story
CHAPTER XIV Literary Schools
CHAPTER XV Literary Agencies or Bureaus
CHAPTER XVI The Preparation of a Manuscript
CHAPTER XVII Manuscript Paper
CHAPTER XVIII Copying Manuscript
CHAPTER XIX The Number of Words in a Manuscript
CHAPTER XX Revising Manuscripts
CHAPTER XXI How to Send a Manuscript
CHAPTER XXII Rejected Manuscripts
CHAPTER XXIII The Size of a Book
CHAPTER XXIV The Number of Words in a Book
CHAPTER XXVI Terms for the Publication of Books
CHAPTER XXVII Contracts with Book Publishers
CHAPTER XXVIII Disreputable Publishers
CHAPTER XXIX COPYRIGHTING
CHAPTER XXX Quoting from Copyrighted Matter
CHAPTER XXXI The Danger of Libel
CHAPTER XXXII The Price of a Book
CHAPTER XXXIII Illustrations
CHAPTER XXXIV The Reading of Proofs
CHAPTER XXXV Books Published at the Author's Expense
CHAPTER XXXVI Complimentary Copies of Books
CHAPTER XXXVII Books in Libraries
CHAPTER XXXVIII The Advance Publication, or, Republication, of Books, Stories, and Articles
CHAPTER XXXIX The Linotype, Monotype, and Typesetting Machine
CHAPTER XL ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING
CHAPTER XLI The Value of Experience and Timeliness
CHAPTER XLII Syndicate Writers
CHAPTER XLIII Paperback Books
CHAPTER XLIV The Selling Value of Reputation
CHAPTER XLV The Income of Book Writers
CHAPTER XLVI The Incomes of Magazine and Newspaper Writers
CHAPTER XLVII The Remuneration Received by the Favored Few