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Life change events -- Fiction

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Humphrey Catskill, 2021

Identifier: cw_2021spring_gillick_matthew.pdf
Overview "The purpose of this novel was to focus on one character's three defining life events. For the first section, the protagonist is a memory of his estranged mother. For the second, a shell of a man examined from a distant, analytical perspective. For the third and largest section, he is a fully fleshed-out person displayed over the course of twenty vignettes told through third-person omniscience. The goal was to start with a plain-spoken narration, albeit in transcript form to give the most...
Dates: 2021

Maestro, 2019

Identifier: vm_2019spring_roman_daniel.pdf

"Maestro is a 24 min film about the struggle in today's society to survive. The film is about getting the opportunity that life provides and making the best use of it. The outcome is all controlled by the main character. He is the Maestro, the conductor, who controls all the aspects of an orchestra, but there is no sound without the instruments and musicians." -- Abstract

Dates: 2019

Mortality, 2023

Identifier: cw_2023spring_matthews_kathleen.pdf

"These pages are the start to a novel that I have been working on for over a year now. The characters in this story deal with the many varying hardships that come from being human. Through the eyes of our narrator, we see a journey of trauma and healing. This novel will unravel the deeply interwoven the threads of humanity as it attempts to see what happens when you mix love and codependecy." -- Abstract

Dates: 2023