Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
To begin a new project is to realize what one already knows about it (more than you think you do), as well as well as the overwhelming chall...
I like this aphorism. But it would be possible to write a novel where this didn't happen. Pronouns rather than names appearing in ambiguously described situations. "He entered the room. There were three other people there. One of them had a gun. He shot him." It would be difficult to make it satisfying to the reader, who would, perhaps, mainly feel like they were doing all the work themselves. But different people could die on each reading.
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