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Posted March 5, 2011
Glad I bought it.
I was debating between this one and his one on literature because I also enjoy the classics. However, I figured I read modern stuff more frequently and thought it might be fun to read it from a more analytical point of view. It turns out that this novel discusses classics a lot, and the difference between the two books appears that this one discusses more of form (point of view, plot development, style, etc.) and I believe the other one talks about more abstract concepts like symbolism and meaning. There's some stuff here on character motivation and meaning, but not so much that it couldn't be explored further. I'll buy the other one soon, looking at the sample it does seem that they don't overlap too much.
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Posted July 3, 2012
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