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Reading and Writing in Digital Contexts. Leitura e produção textual em contextos digitais
Curated by Luciana Viter
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Critiques Make Your Writing Better, So Grin and Bear Them

Critiques Make Your Writing Better, So Grin and Bear Them | Litteris | Scoop.it
Critiques make your writing better.
Today I’d like to share an excerpt from my book 10 Core Practices for Better Writing.
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Conventional commitments in narrative criticism

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A lot of narrative criticism revolves around conventional commitments about what shape good stories should take; this much is obvious, although some people may call it good judgment when it applies to their own criticism...


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Tomando Críticas e Se Sentindo Bem

Tomando Críticas e Se Sentindo Bem | Litteris | Scoop.it
“Nossa! Não é que seja o vestido de noiva mais feio que já vi, mas não combina com você, ele te deixa gorda, minha filha… Agora vamos que a porta da igreja já abriu.
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30 things to tell a book snob | Booktrust

30 things to tell a book snob | Booktrust | Litteris | Scoop.it

"There is something innately snobby about the world of books. There is the snobbery of literary over genre, of adult books over children's, of seriousness over comedy, of reality over fantasy, of Martin Amis over Stephen King. And it is unhealthy. If books ever die, snobbery would be standing over the corpse." 


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Sara Rosett's curator insight, June 7, 2013 3:55 PM

"#5 It is harder to be funny than to be serious." Word. 

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"If books ever die, snobbery would be standing over the corpse."