Writing and Shit – part 40 – Is your narrator looking through a microscope when they should be looking through a telescope?

We ended last time with rather abrupt this statement – The most basic problem with the novels that most writers write (and fail to get published) will be something to do with – POINT OF VIEW AND TIME AND HOW THEY DO OR DON’T FIT TOGETHER We’ve already seen some examples of this with our […]

W.G.Sebald

    ‘Because I cannot hope to turn again Consequently I rejoice, having to construct something Upon which to rejoice.’ T.S.Eliot. ‘Ash Wednesday’   With W.G.Sebald’s death his books changed essentially. At the time (the 11th of December 2001) I had read only two of them: The Rings of Saturn and Vertigo. I was intending […]