Reflections of a working writer and reader
Story is very close to liturgy, which is why one's children like to have the story repeated exactly as they heard it the night before. The script ought not to deviate from the prescribed form.
john baker, October 31st, 2012. No comments. Filed under literature, quotations, writing.
. . . perhaps metonymy is even more important (than metaphor) in creating a relationship between reader and writer, reader and book, or reader and literary character.
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