THE PARIS REVIEW INTERVIEWS VOL 3

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The Paris Review Interviews Boxed Set I Iv

Author : ANONIMO
ISBN : 9780312429164
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A compilation of interviews from the premier literary magazine includes conversations with some of the world's leading authors, poets, novelists, playwrights, and memoirists, including William Faulkner, Toni Morrison, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Graham Greene, James Baldwin, Stephen King, and Eudora Welty.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Paris Review Interviews I

Author : The Paris Review
ISBN : 0312361750
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A new compilation of interviews from the premier literary magazine includes conversations with some of the world's leading authors, poets, novelists, playwrights, and memoirists, including William Faulkner, Toni Morrison, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Graham Gre
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Writers At Work

Author : George Plimpton
ISBN : 0670002445
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With an introduction by William Styron, Writers at Work 9 contains candid conversations with some of the world's great contemporary authors. These talks with the writers about themselves and their work offer a rare opportunity to hear what writers think about the art and craft of writing.
Category: Literary Criticism

Writers At Work

Author : Alfred Kazin
ISBN : UCSC:32106006412636
Genre : Authors-20th Century-Interviews
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Writers At Work

Author : Alfred Kazin
ISBN : UCSC:32106006412636
Genre : Authors-20th Century-Interviews
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Category: Authors-20th Century-Interviews

Your Creative Writing Masterclass

Author : Jurgen Wolff
ISBN : 9781857889369
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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If you dream of being a writer, why not learn from the best? In Your Creative Writing Masterclass you'll find ideas, techniques and encouragement from the most admired and respected contemporary and classic authors, including Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and Anton Chekhov. Jurgen Wolff, bestselling author of Your Writing Coach, helps you translate these insights into action to master your craft and write what only you can write. From Robert Louis Stevenson to Mary Shelley, Alice Munro to Stephen King, Your Creative Writing Masterclass guide you through: finding your style, constructing powerful plots, generating story ideas, overcoming writer's block, creating vivid characters and crafting your ideal writer's life. Brimming with support and suggested activities to develop your writing skills, the book also features unique bonus advice, exercises, resources and sharing capabilities via the website www.YourCreativeWritingMasterclass.com.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Fiction Intuition Creativity

Author : Angela Hague
ISBN : 0813213142
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Fiction, Intuition, and Creativity is a search for the origins of fiction and for an understanding of how these origins influence the finished work of art. It examines the connection between the creative process and fictional form by discussing how intuitive consciousness provides the environment in which creativity flourishes and how writers make use of intuitive creativity in their novels. Looking first at how the link between intuition and creativity has been explored in philosophy, psychology, and aesthetics by thinkers such as Henri Bergson, William James, Carl Jung, and Benedetto Croce, the book proceeds to an extended discussion of what novelists reveal about the workings of their creative processes, focusing on the intuitive dimension of aesthetic activity. This includes the role of the unconscious and of emotion, the need for an incubation period before the novel emerges into consciousness, and the sense that characters inhabit an autonomous realm and frequently operate beyond the control of their authors. The works of four novelists are discussed in depth. In the fiction of Charlotte Brontë, intuition functions as content; the intuitive consciousness of Jane Eyre and Lucy Snowe empowers them to know and to act in a world that would impede their ability to do both. Henry James's life-long fascination with his creative process and his understanding of its intuitive underpinnings lead to the development of his later style and his focus on consciousness. Virginia Woolf's career is analyzed as a steady progression toward her reshaping of the novel into an intuitive vehicle. In the fiction of Doris Lessing, intuition again appears as content as Lessing makes intuitive consciousness the basis of her psychic politics. This unique work offers much for those interested in the structure and development of fiction, the subject of creativity and intuitive consciousness, or in the four authors analyzed at length in the text. Angela Hague is Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University. She is the author or editor of numerous works, including Teleparody: Predicting/Preventing the Television Discourse of the Future. Praise for the book: "This book will change the view of how these four authors-- Brontë, James, Woolf, and Lessing--are read. . . . Hague's style is accessible and the readings of the novels provocative."-- Annis Pratt, Professor Emerita, University of Wisconsin-Madison "An outstanding work . . . Hague's exploration of the connection between intuition and creativity addresses a neglected topic. Her command of philosophical contexts is assured and her readings of the novels are wonderfully illuminating."--Prof. Alistair M. Duckworth, University of Florida "[A] groundbreaking study. Hague's approach leads to many fresh readings of the novels discussed. Highly recommended."--J.E. Steiner, Choice
Category: Literary Criticism

The Paris Review Book

Author : The Paris Review
ISBN : 0312710186
Genre : Fiction
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An exciting new anthology from the journal Time magazine called "the biggest 'little magazine' in history." To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the venerable Paris Review, Picador is proud to publish a unique anthology based on the themes of modern life. Like the work of the writers included, this book will inspire a dizzying range of thought and emotion, serving as a cumulative and breathtaking "mirror" to the world we live in. To appear: Jack Kerouac Norman Mailer Louise Erdrich Jonathan Franzen Gabriel García Márquez William Burroughs Denis Johnson David Foster Wallace Raymond Carver Italo Calvino Grace Paley and many more.
Category: Fiction