Thursday, October 14, 2010

A Reader's Guide to Author's Jargon 56

epiphany moment

the point where a character is turned by a sudden flash of development — like Saul becoming Paul. In character-driven novels, it is the turning point in the story. However, it doesn't need to come mid-point. It can be effective as a starting point, especially in short fiction.

Edward C. Patterson

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