3 edition of A woman screamed found in the catalog.
A woman screamed
|Statement||by Robert Neumann; translated by Willa and Edwin Muir.|
|Contributions||Muir, Willa, 1890-|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.N396 Wo|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||38025693|
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You can describe the tone as hysterical, angry, manic, panicked, an indignant roar, a savage scream and a million other variations that would be impossible to express merely by using capital letters. The incident occurred Aug. 25 at Cedar Breaks Park in Georgetown, Texas, but the footage wasn’t posted until Sept.
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The blurred scream is always more upsetting than the sharp scream. Daphne du Maurier, The Birds and Other Stories; Pan Macmillan edition.
This bird is coming for you, my friend. It’s almost through the last layer of the book (or the screen). Seriously, should we be running right now. Roberto Arlt, The Seven Madmen; NYRB edition. Trian, the scream is one character yelling at another character to run.
There is action in the scene as well but I can't get away from having the scream in the dialogue. As far as the caps thing I'm still a novice writer and I was fortunate to stumble on that thread. Pretty much everyone says the same as you. They don't like the caps either.
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Hi there. If what you're writing is a comic book (or maybe I should say "graphic novel") then some variation on "Aiieee!" will probably do. But if you're writing a story or a novel, you'd probably be better off not trying to spell out a scream but using narrative instead to say the character screamed.
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