How to Write an interesting novelWriting an interesting novel
When I Were The Great Aamerican Novel.
I' d be known if I' m the author of the great old US novel. I' d be 10 to 20 years older if I wrote the great US novel. I would not consider the Wikipedia page for the Great-American Novel as if it had some kind of big and horrible mystery that would tell me exactly what to put and how to do it.
I wouldn't compose a novel about the great American novel. I would never be registered in an MBA for Arts and Crafts if I wrote the Great American Novel. Instead I would quit the academy and go to interesting places, do interesting things, see interesting realities, and then type about it in a narrow, sunny libary, not the other way around.
Had I written the great US novel, I would have abandoned everything and with nothing but $100 in my pockets I would have been looking for a thing called America. I would somehow find a way to make my experience as a Viet Namese person usable and usable with every US person who ever lived, will live and work.
I wouldn't be Asian-American if I wrote the great old-book. I would never call myself the part of my own generations if I were to write the Great American novel (although I would still be feeling this way inside myself). I would not have the boldness to believe that a novel could somehow contain the width and extent of every individual US citizen's individuality.
I would know that "The Great A. Novel" is an indiscriminate, bland, propagandist song that is so contentious and conflicting that it can be insignificant. I would know that if I were a writer of the great US novel, it would be useless to compose "the great US novel".
I would know that "the great US novel" probably doesn't even existed if I wrote the great US novel. I would never leave with the intent of composing the Great American Roman. I would never tell anyone that I write "The Great A. Novel".
" And I wouldn't tell anyone I was gonna make a novel. I would have already excelled as a well-known writer if I had penned the Great America Novel, perhaps by having already penned 5-10 books. I would not be so disappointed if I wrote the great US novel that I would not have the ability to do so.
I would be experiential and yet traditionally, modern and yet historically, progressively and radically. I would not be derived or reactive or non-original if I were to write the great American novel, although I have more than 200 years of literary traditions. When I wrote the Great American Novel, my trial, my backgrounds and my methodologies would be reviewed, analysed, canonised, painstakingly recorded, retelled and thoroughly scrutinised for the coming years.
I' d be entitled to the great American novel. I wouldn't be so fond of penning the great American novel. I wouldn't be if I wrote the great American novel.