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On historical fiction… Fictionized history? Historized fiction? PART 2

PART 1 | PART 2 (Irepostek man ditoy daytoy a pangatiddogen a salaysay-critique–in 2 parts–a nasuratko idi 2008. Originally posted daytoy iti blogko a mannurat.com. Bareng adda pay latta maipaayna met a pagmennamennaan.) ituloytay’ man ngarud a pagpapatangan dayta historical … Continue reading

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On historical fiction… Fictionized history? Historized fiction? PART 1

PART 1 | PART 2 (Irepostek man ditoy daytoy a pangatiddogen a salaysay-critique–in 2 parts–a nasuratko idi 2008. Originally posted daytoy iti blogko a mannurat.com. Bareng adda pay latta maipaayna met a pagmennamennaan.) ne, ket medio nabara man dayta saritaan … Continue reading

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No Kasano a Basaen ti Daniw

(Kasano ti agsurat iti daniw–kasano ti agdaniw? masaludsod no kua ti maysa nga agngayangay nga agputar iti daniw, wenno ti maysa nga agdadamo a mannaniw. Ket isu nga ammuen, adalen, suruenna ti agsurat-agputar iti daniw. Ken ti agbasa iti daniw–iti … Continue reading

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In theory: The Death of the Author

By Andrew Gallix The Guardian Ecclesiastes famously warns us that “Of making many books there is no end” – the same, of course, applies to book commentaries. George Steiner has long denounced the “mandarin madness of secondary discourse” which increasingly interposes itself between readers and works … Continue reading

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