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The Agony and the Ego: The Art and Strategy of Fiction Writing Explored #2020

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  • Title: The Agony and the Ego: The Art and Strategy of Fiction Writing Explored
  • Author: Clare Boylan
  • ISBN: 9780140169751
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. A collection of short essays by published writers on how, why, where, but not what to write They range from the excellent Hilary Mantel, Jane Gardam, Patricia Highsmith, Lorrie Moore to the uninformative Marilyn French provides no insights, but talks about how feminism changed her life, Malcolm Bradbury only tells that that working at a university is great to the weird Roberston Davies about being un homme de lettres, Brian Moore not that one on Tolstoy I create things out of boredom with realit [...]

    2. The insights into writing are timeless, and worth reading by anyone who has ever tried to write and found themselves dissatisfied with the result What s truly fascinating however, is the portrait of a vanished age, the 1990s when Sunday papers carried whole extra supplements dedicated to the latest books I couldn t help wondering what all these writers would make of the internet, about to burst into their lives.

    3. An exceptional boook for writer and readers It explores many facets of writing fiction from the initial inspiration, through editing, to making a living as a writer The book is compilation of essays from a variety of writers, including William Boyd, Mary Wesley and Fay Weldon It is a credit to the late Clare Boylan that she assembled so many authors between two covers without egos getting in the way

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