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Meaning of "descriptive prose"



 
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Meaning of "descriptive prose" #1 (permalink) Mon Aug 07, 2006 12:19 pm   Meaning of "descriptive prose"
 

Hi,

Could you tell me what it means to write a descriptive prose?

thanks.

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Prose #2 (permalink) Mon Aug 07, 2006 13:20 pm   Prose
 

Hi,

Descriptive prose is simply writing that describes or gives a picture of a scene. Some novelists indulge in long descriptions of the setting in which their story is situated before any action takes place or any dialogue.

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