Learning by Hearing, Learning by Seeing

In the hands of great fiction-writers, sensory descriptions do more than convey what characters hear or see. In the craft-talk of writers, descriptions can “do work for a story,” hinting at what characters are thinking and feeling in the context of particular scenes.

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/rethinking-thought/201711/learning-hearing-learning-seeing

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