Enargia: How To Hook A Reader By Seducing Their Brain

Enargia: The Ancient Art of Conjuring a Scene

You all know what enargia is even if you’d never heard the word. Enargia is a Greek word used in the art of rhetoric to describe how an author conjures a picture with all the associated emotions to charm a reader and hook them into a scene.

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Author, Psychiatric Nurse, Narrator. I also produce the Classic Ghost Stories Podcast. Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/classicghostpod

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Tony Walker

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Author, Psychiatric Nurse, Narrator. I also produce the Classic Ghost Stories Podcast. Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/classicghostpod

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