Reflections of a working writer and reader
What secrets there may be are either open secrets, or secrets that would be true only for the individual. Everything you need to know you'll learn, and can only learn, from writing, provided you don't delude yourself.
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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