Reflections of a working writer and reader
It would be hard to make George W Bush into a really interesting character, or Ronald Reagan, because there's not really anything there; there's sort if id fragments mixed in with platitudes and jelly beans and gobbledy-gook.
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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