J is for Juxtaposition

A few weeks ago I posted on how to use juxtaposition in a setting, as character development and in prose to enhance a scene. Juxtaposition is:   Today I’m writing about how to use juxtaposition in plots and in the action scenes. 3 tips for using juxtaposition. Juxtaposition works well for:  A quick pop of something …
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3 Ways to Use Juxtaposition in Your Writing

Most writers understand the value of creating contrast in their stories and characters. We’ve all been told to write our characters with dissimilar looks, and to give our antagonist and protagonist different types of skills and flaws. But when a writer takes any story differences and sets them up in parallel for the purpose of …
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