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18 most popular articles about writing from 2011
It' s difficult to go through all this, so I've collected the 18 most favourite articles to publish to help you get the most out of them - a mixture of fantasy, non-fiction, copyright, agencies, publications and a little humour. It will be appreciated by your manuscriptive and literary careers. Easily, the 18 most famous articles about the 2011 writing:
There is no question that in 2011 our employees have worked untiringly to give you advices, hints, interviews and inspirations to help you achieve your typing objectives. Hopefully 2011 has been a good year for you, but I am optimistic that 2012 will be even better.
Fifteen major articles and essays on the letter
This is a nice contemplation about storing memos that explore the core of the writeings. Explore the arts of typing and what it means to the reader. "Could I be a writer?" "is a kind of horribly injured child who follows the novelist who wants and wants exactly what his ugliness ensures him: the full attentiveness of the writer."
About selfishness, the passion for beautifulness, the search for truths and the wish to transform the realm - Orwell's "four great motifs for writing". This is a well reasoned defense of the doctrinal part in the development of writers. I have always felt that there is a relationship between writers and researchers. "If the author is not whole, who gives a damn?
The author is, of course, not quite, or even particularly good...."
Who' s the best columnist?
Mr Behar is an exceptional detective finance journalist. He' s treated many (most) of the vast Polish histories of recent years, and is now probably best known for his research on Abu Gharib. The Overwhelming Force, The Intelligence Gap and Kings Ransom have all been exceptional articles in the New Yorker over the last ten years.
He is known to write "Black Hawk Down", but his reporting on Ken Brennan who investigates the killing of a 21-year-old Florida young woman was exceptional (The Case of the Vanishing Blonde, Vanity Fair), he has also written a lot about the fight against terrorism, see "The Dart Art of Interrogation" for The Atlantic and "Echoes from a Battlefield Distant" in Vanity Fair.
Both Richard Ford and Michael Chabon are exalted in their writings about the fine art.