Reflections of a working writer and reader
I suspect I have spent just about exactly as much time actually writing as the average person my age has spent watching television, and that, as much as anything, may be the real secret here.
William Gibson, author of Necromancer
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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