- MP3 CD: 100 pages
- Publisher: bnpublishing.com (September 30, 2005)
- ISBN-10: 9561000040
- ISBN-13: 978-9561000049
- Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
I don't quite understand how Polti came to classify the plots in this book the way he did.
He also refers to novels and stories which may be difficult to find but the point is that somebody has used the dramatic situation in question and there may be others.
This text comes highly recommended as a classic by far too many creative writing and screenwriting teachers.
Do not buy the Kindle edition of this book. It is so full of errors that you cannot read it. Someone obviously scanned it with text recognition software and did not even glance at... Read morePublished 11 months ago by vagittarius
This book might satisfy some very serious student doing some sort of graduate research.
It is not for the average reader or student. Read more
This is the most abysmally formatted Kindle book I've ever purchased. Rampant uncorrected OCR errors and incorrect paragraph breaks render it unreadable. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Shoryland
well done but over my head. haven't anything else i can add but review requires more words. thank you georgePublished 12 months ago by George Mouzakis
The person who created this electronic version of "THE THIRTY-SIX Dramatic Situations", made a very poor job of it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer LA
I do not look at these dramatic situations a being plots as they are listed I see them as conflicts and the list really helps and how it is used and the examples given are great... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michelle
I had a copy of this book when I was in college many, many years ago. It's just a great tool for developing your plot and characters. So good to have it back!Published 22 months ago by Claire Morris-Dobie
If you buy this book you'll only get 80% of it.
The book is scanned and scanned poorly. Ends and beginnings of pages are rudely cut off. Just don't get it.
The Good: Polti's book from 1921 is a classic and belongs in every writer's library.
The Bad: The translation from French is in this edition is clunky, and many of the... Read more