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In the past few weeks we spoke about how autobiographical traces, visuals,  writing style and character sketches can enrich a book reading experience. In the final part of the series we shall tell you a little about how sub plots and choice of words bring a sea change in the book reading experience   Sub plots Subplots are important to any novel since they weave dimension and complexity into stories. For instance in the novel There’s No Love On Wal...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
  Goold Brown was a grammarian who was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1791. He is famous for authoring many books about the English language grammar out of which many are read even today. Though the technicalities about the grammar taught in his book might not be applicable today, it is a sheer joy to read through the various grammar rules and tenets which the man authored in 1851. Yes, I’m talking about the book, “The Grammar of English Grammars...
Post by: Tathagata Behera
Judi James, the author of “The Body Language Rules” is an expert on body language and behavior patterns. She is one of the leading profiles on UK’s TV and radio channels and has also written six novels. She also writes on a regular basis for newspapers and magazines and is Heat Magazine’s body language expert. She also writes as the agony aunt for More Magazine and enjoys a huge fan following among her readers. She is also a regular contributor ...
Post by: Tathagata Behera
  Ron Silliman is an American poet. Some of his most famous works include Wharf Hypothesis; Revelator; Northern Soul; Against Conceptual Poetry; Sunset Debris; 2197; Woundwood; The Chinese Notebook; The Grand Piano: An Experiment In Collective Autobiography (with Bob Perelman, Barrett Watten, Steve Benson, Carla Harryman, Tom Mandel, Rae Armantrout, Kit Robinson, Lyn Hejinian, and Ted Pearson); The Age of Huts; and The Alphabet. His other works are Manifest; Leni...
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