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We describe great settings; then, the characters move. Their actions and behaviors convey their emotions. Describing physical sensations makes the character’s experience more immediate. Their faces express their inner lives.

We can feel the motion outside ourselves—the vibration and rumble of a city or the calm of a pastoral scene. We feel our bodies moving through air or water, languid or agitated, serene or stimulated. Standing on the deck of a boat, the engine’s vibration travels up our legs, forcing us to shift our weight to maintain our balance. Sitting on a moving train, we feel our bodies rock with the rhythm. Wherever we are, if we pay attention, we can feel our........

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