A Fiction Book

Fiction book

I' ve taken a course on theories of reading. Fictional book is a non-existent book created especially for (i.e. in) a work of fiction. It is not a list of works of fiction (e.

g. novels, mysteries, etc.), but imaginary books that do not exist. It was a non-fiction book, but within a few months I also sold my first novel, Transgression, and my career began. A book doesn't always need words.

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Which is the best way to write a novel?

Your answers depend on the book and you, and what you want to do with it. I' ve taken a course on theories of literacy. One half of the grade has been critical of various readings that we call suspect literature. The fiction sometimes hides something unattractive, like classicistic or racistic overtones.

If one reads like this, one creates a certain detachment from the work and does not let it get really near to oneself. In this way, some textbooks are pleasantly and prolively studied, especially for a logic individual who wants to refine their analytical aptitudes. At the same time, you can imagine a book as a book of enchantments.

One is entangled in history in such a way that one forgets the mechanism of the author's letter, and one enters the authors' own creation of a realm. I sometimes go to a book and start reading it in a critical way and just forgetting to take a note because I'm so excited about the game.

To me, when I try to choose how to get closer to a certain book, I let myself be bewitched the first book (because you don't get it back the first time) and then I let myself be more critical the second one. I' ve been reading some of my favourite textbooks (The Story of Love by Nicole Krauss, As I Pay Cradle by William Faulkner, Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut).

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