at peace

Discussion in 'English Only' started by evergreenhomeland, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. evergreenhomeland Senior Member

    Chinese
    Hello everyone:

    What does "at peace" mean in following sentences? Calm or wit?

    As you frame your story and develop your character, ask yourself, “What is my caterpillar doing?” Your character will either be transformed into someone more mature, insightful or at peace, or will plunge into death or despair.


    The source is from WritersDigest and the page is THE 5 ESSENTIAL STORY INGREDIENTS .
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  2. Thomas Tompion Senior Member

    Southern England
    English - England
    I think it's almost impossible to know, EGH. I'm not clear that the writer is sure herself.
     
  3. evergreenhomeland Senior Member

    Chinese
    Thanks.
     
  4. RM1(SS)

    RM1(SS) Senior Member

    Connecticut
    English - US (Midwest)
    I don't see how it could mean "wit."
     
  5. evergreenhomeland Senior Member

    Chinese
    It is just a guess. People survived the crisis may become wiser?
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2013

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