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Literary Criticism on the Internet

Online literary criticism for British and American authors of the 19th and 20th centuries
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15 Works of Dystopian Fiction Everyone Should Read

15 Works of Dystopian Fiction Everyone Should Read | Classic literature | Scoop.it
Dystopian fiction has enjoyed a renaissance in these scary post-9/11 times, and the fact that The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is sure to destroy all competition at the box office is a testament to ...
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Once Again: 6 Tips for Writing from George Orwell - Intent Blog

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Last week, I posted six rules for writing from George Orwell, but that post was swallowed up by the internet. I was quite pleased by the number of people who wrote to ask where the list had gone, so I’ve decided to re-post it.

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, November 19, 2013 1:09 PM

Last week, I posted six rules for writing from George Orwell, but that post was swallowed up by the internet. I was quite pleased by the number of people who wrote to ask where the list had gone, so I’ve decided to re-post it.

I loved rules for writing: for instance, here are rules from Mindy Kaling, Kurt Vonnegut, Henry Miller, andFlannery O’Connor.