Catherine Brown


March 2014

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Chapters are deep in the structure of most prose works, doing much of the supporting and some of the embellishing – but they are rarely paid much attention. This mini-lecture considers what chapters do, how authors and readers use them, how they are named, how they are shaped, how they begin and end, and what we have to gain from paying them more careful attention.



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