Writing Exercise

Counterpoint
Now write a story from the point of view of an individual you consider a personal enemy or antagonist, or merely someone toward whom you feel a strong antipathy or dislike. Then write a story from his/her point of view. Try to put yourself in the place of this character, and narrate their experiences with radical neutrality (which is to say, you should depict this person without outright condemnation or forced sympathy, but just as you would the actions of any stranger under the same kind of narrative scrutiny).



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