LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||14/AGO/2007 9:02 PM|
|Assunto:||How do serial writers write?|
I have this feeling serial writers have a history of multiple writings
of ideas generally unknown to them beforehand. They will write books as
a result of a compulsion that, in many but not all cases, has roots in
the writer's (often pretty functional) youth, as opposed to those
motivated by financial gain (e.g. contract writers) or
ideological/political motivations (e.g. writerrorists [= terrorist
writers]). Many times, we can clearly link this compulsion to the
individual's inordinate writing drive.
Me and my ideas. Perhaps you might think otherwise. Thank you again.
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