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Title: The shadow myth – a novel & hero’s bias: developing fantasy villains outside of the perspective of the protagonist
Other Titles: The shadow myth – a novel
Authors: Kuiper, Eleane Willemine
Advisors: Lee, F
Hubble, N
Keywords: antagonist;point of view;archetypes;worldbuilding;narrative structures
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Brunel University London
Abstract: A shout in the distance, deep, and demanding. The fragrance of a storm filled the air. A young girl inhaled, the scent of her mother and the misty fog filling her nostrils as she clung closer to the woman’s neck. She felt the panic in her mother’s heartbeat – the wild rhythm did nothing to put her at ease. Darkness surrounded them, the light of the moon covered by thick clouds rolling in across the sky, and every snapping tree branch or crunching old leaf beneath their feet set them on edge. [...]
Description: This thesis was submitted for the award of Doctor of Philosophy and was awarded by Brunel University London
Appears in Collections:English and Creative Writing
Dept of Arts and Humanities Theses

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