The author Ian McEwan has criticised the long lengths of some books, saying: 'Very few really long novels earn their length. My fingers are always twitching for a blue pencil.' His latest book, The Children Act, comes in at 55,000 words.
Boston Globe 'The Bone Clocks' by David Mitchell Boston Globe It is a book about God and grand designs, a genre-hopping, gender-bending book that feels like a rewriting of Virginia Woolf's “Orlando,” incorporating Julio Cortázar's occult tool kit...
David Mitchell's 'Bone Clocks' revisits story lines of 'Cloud Atlas' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Half way along our journey to life's end I found myself astray in a dark wood," admits one of Mitchell's protagonists — invoking the opening of Dante's...
Seamus Heaney, John Clarke and the poetry of being Irish The Australian This was beautifully expressed by Seamus Heaney, an Ulsterman, in the poem Whatever You Say, Say Nothing, a beautiful composition, as well as an acute psychological and...
Before "37 Totally Awesome Lemurs," before "23 Things Every Who Grew Up in Knows" and before everyone became obsessed with rules for writing according to revered authors, there was Friedrich Nietzsche and a simple listical he wrote to friend. The famous ponderer of nihilism and morality, in a series of letters from August 1882, laid out his thoughts on writing to his unrequited love, Lou Andreas-Salomé. The list reads: 1. Of prime necessity is life: a style should live. 2. Style should be suited to the specific person with whom you wish to communicate. (The law of mutual relation.) 3. First, one must determine precisely “what-and-what do I wish to say and present,” before you may write. Writing must be mimicry. 4. Since the writer lacks many of the speaker’s means, he must in general have for his model a very expressive kind of presentation of necessity, the written copy will appear much paler. 5. The richness of life reveals itself through a richness of gestures. One must learn to
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