Why write literary fiction

05.08.2018 | by Loree
Why Writers Need a Literary Community. There are a couple of reasons why literary fiction is thought to be better. Why do people keep writing made-up stories about their personal lives.

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Despite the fact that writing is often such a solitary act, there's no escaping the fact that we need each other, we need a literary community to keep ourselves going. Fiction in Literature represents fictional works that had some literary background or history. The problem is that if I select the whole document I cannot go into the table properties then, why write literary fiction. Why not write a day-by-day diary of another person.

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Many writers think that to write literary fiction, is to write a story that has no plot. Most generalizations are odious, but I'll start with one anyway. How to make the long pvc survival bow. I saw an angel in the marble and I carved until I set him free. The feeling types who knew a couple words also knew their best shot at being considered sexy was to write fancy novels, but why now. We might not notice this happening explicitly, but well sense that were having a richer and more rewarding reading experience, even if we cant quite put our finger on why we are.