Significance of the First Sentence

Thomas C. Foster at Harper Academic has a podcast on the significance of the first sentence of a novel. He illustrates with the first sentence of the Garcia Marquez masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude, as also William Faulker’s novels. It is brief (probably less than 5 minutes) and well worth your time.

Listen to the mp3 audio here.

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