WRITER on her work



Publisher: W W Norton in New York

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Statementedited and with an introduction by Janet Sternberg.
The Physical Object
Pagination265p.
Number of Pages265
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19956776M

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: The writer herself: an introduction / Janet Sternburg --Still just writing / Anne Tyler --Why I WRITER on her work book / Joan Didion --The parable of the cave or: In praise of watercolors / Mary Gordon --De memoria / Nancy Milford --My grandmother who painted /.

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Her work has been translated in 37 languages with sales number of forty million copies worldwide. During the poll for World Book Day inshe finished third ahead of famed writers like Charles Dickens and Stephen King.

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Although she writes the verse in a lucid way, the poem is much more complicated than it initially seems. It offers many interesting insights into the role of the female poet, her psychology, and the historical context of the work.

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For Burlison, a Santa Rosa writer, author and teacher, revenge is a dish best served between the covers of her just-released book, “Some Places Worth Leaving.”. I chose to follow her post-publication of Kindred routine, in which she began to work as a writer full time and quit the menial jobs she detested so much.

She woke up at a.m., took care of necessary chores around the house, like dishes and breakfast, and then wrote, no matter what, until a.m. Christine de Pizan was one of the earliest feminist writers, defending women and placing value on the perspectives of women.

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