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Plot is a twisting bridge over a chasm, says Baxter, a chasm that, in my mind, contains the hauntings, the past, the subterranean, the things people either cannot or will not say, things that we are only partially aware of. — Read on thewritepractice.com/how-to-use-subtext-in-your-writing/
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