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Yes. There are plays and short stories that are all dialogue. It is hard to pull off, but it is possible. But maybe if it's not acted and it's only written, you will have to… write forexample "Bill Said" Check out 'They're Made Out of Meat' by Terry Bisson
When the characters talk to each other or to themselves. "Hello Odephius" "Hello stranger. May I feel your face."
A great example of a dialog story is John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. He uses the unsophisticated, impassioned conversations of poor farmers to drive the story.
Nobody can tell you what to write - you must write what is in your own heart and mind. Copying what someone else has written leads to dull, boring writing that is not going to… help you learn how to write better. Click on the Related Questions to learn how to do this for yourself! I could. What's it worth to you?
Anything by Ernest Hemingway is heavy on the dialogue.
"Dialogue," the teacher said, "looks exactly like this." "You change the paragraph when you change speakers," added the writer. "Remember to use quotation marks and correct p…unctuation."
bibidi bobidi boo?
A story in which the narrator relates the thoughts and actions of himself or herself is told from the point of view?
It is told from the first-person point of view.
Yes, once you have read enough to understand the characters, you can usually predict many of the things they're going to say.
A conversation between two or more people. (or characters in a drama or narrative) by: Sherahmae^_^
Dialougue is important because it makes a story more interesting to read. Read the followimg two paragraphs and decide which one you liked more: "I want to go across town," …Bill says to his friends. They nod in agreement. "That'll be fun!" Lisa cries, excited to go shopping. Everyone gathers their coats to head out to drive across town. Bill tells his friendshe wants to go across town. Everyone around him agrees. Lisa says she wants to go to the shopping areas. All the friends leave to head across town to have some fun. The first one was probably better. Dialougue helps progress the story and make it interesting to the reader. A book with no dialougue would be boring!
Dialogue adds interest to a story and keeps it from just beinglong, boring descriptions.
yes! it can be told in acting or in singing... As shown in Charlie Chaplin... and also joseph and the amazing technicolor raincoat.... Hope this helped
It depends on the type of story. I'll give a few examples: A school paper (Even RELA): Not usually, but if you feel like you can pull it off in an unlikely case, go for it! …You never know if you never try! A personal story (One that you're writing for fun): YES! Do it! A story without dialog is an empty story. A story you want to publish: Seriously. If you're thinking about this then you have some mental issues. YES. Enough said. Anyway, if you use this guide you can kind of see that you can have dialog in about every story!
TO help you better identify with the characters as a person. If you read a book, and pay attention while usually it's one writer but each character, if the writer is descripti…ve enough has it's own personality.