101 Best Scenes Ever Written
At a Glance
The scenes that you can never forget, the scenes that defined a moment in time, the scenes that we read or watch over and over again are now chronicled in one entertaining book!
In 101 Best Scenes Ever Written, Barnaby Conrad provides insights as to what the author wished to accomplish with the passage and the literary devices he or she employed.
Any avid reader will enjoy this fascinating book, but countless fledgling and established writers will benefit enormously by sampling and studying these gems from the masters of the written word.
- Publisher Quill Driver Books
- Date available: 10/01/2006
- Publication date: 10/01/2006
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Barnaby Conrad
Artist-author Barnaby Conrad was born in San Francisco, California, in 1922. He graduated from Taft preparatory school in Connecticut, attended the Univerity of North Carolina, where he was captain of the boxing team, and the University of Mexico, where he studied painting and begun his career as an amateur bullfighter. After being injured in the bullring, he continued his studies at Yale and graduated in 1943.
Barnaby Conrad is the author of numerous novels and nonfiction books. He is a co-founder and director of the world-famous Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference.