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Title:Tintelingen: het lezen en schrijven van literaire fictie
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Tintelingen: het lezen en schrijven van literaire fictie by James Wood, Arie Storm

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Tintelingen: het lezen en schrijven van literaire fictie i Tintelingen i is een opmerkelijk mengsel van herinneringen en literatuurbeschouwingen waarin James Wood het verband legt tussen literaire fictie en het leven Wood stelt dat romans en verhalen de unieke eigenschap hebben dat ze ons leven kunnen beschrijven ze kunnen ons leven behoeden voor de dood en de vergetelheid Lezen is daardoor een bijna heilige en persoonlijke daad zoals Wood laat zien aan de hand van zijn besprekingen van werk van onder anderen Anton Tsjechov W G Sebald en F Scott Fitzgerald .

i Tintelingen i is een stimulerend en persoonlijk boek over de lonende samenzwering die er bestaat tussen de lezer en de schrijver Het laat ons overtuigend zien wat er op het spel staat wanneer we literaire fictie lezen

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