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|Statement||William H. Gass|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages 19 cm. Contents: Philosophy and the form of fiction --The medium of fiction --The concept of character in fiction --In terms of the toenail: fiction and the figures of life --Gertrude Stein: her escape from protective language --The leading edge of the trash phenomenon --Pricksongs & descants.
Buy a cheap copy of Fiction and the Figures of Life book by William H. Gass. Twenty-four essays by the modern master of literary criticism, ranging from discussion of Gertrude Stein and Jorge Luis Borges to Henry James and The Evil Free shipping over $Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: PART ONE --Philosophy and the Form of Fiction --The Medium of Fiction --The Concept of Character in Fiction --In Terms of the Toenail: Fiction and the Figures of Life --PART TWO --Gertrude Stein: Her Escape from Protective Language --The Leading Edge of the.
Fiction and the figures of life Middle C, and The Tunnel, which received the American Book Award. His other works of fiction included In the Heart of the Heart of the Country, Willie Master's Lonesome Wife, Cartesian Sonata and Other Novellas, and Eyes: Novellas and Stories.
which both won the National Book Critics Circle Award for 4/5(2). As with his first novel, Gass's first book of non-fiction, Fiction and the Figures of Life, made an immediate and profound impact on New York Times Book Review said, "the unlikely combination of criticism, philosophy and metaphorical inventiveness has resulted in a kind of poetry." A collection of essays and reviews, Fiction and the Figures of Life set the stage for.
This does not appear in Margot Lee Shetterly's Hidden Figures book, on which the movie is based, and seems to be an element of fiction created by the filmmakers.
It should be noted that the movie was actually based on just a page proposal for the book, which might in part explain some of the movie's deviations. The term 'metafiction' was coined in by William H.
Gass in his book Fiction and the Figures of Life. Gass describes the increasing use of metafiction at the time as a result of authors developing a better understanding of the medium.
This new understanding of the medium led to a major change in the approach toward fiction. William H. Gass FICTION AND THE FIGURES OF LIFE 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Alfred A. Knopf Very Good in a Very Good price clipped dust jacket.
First Edition stated. Open tear spine Rating: % positive. FICTION AND THE FIGURES OF LIFE by William H. Gass The essays of William Gass are required reading for anyone interested in American writing. Irrespective of subject matter, Gass's essays are so well written that they can be re-read multiple times solely for the beauty of their prose.
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Gass; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, History and criticism. 5 Considerations for Writing About Historical Figures in Fiction. but otherwise follow the facts and chronology of his life as closely as I can.
A novel is full of inventions—lies, you could say—and lies in books can be as delicate as in real life. To pull off the deception, in both cases, it helps to stay as close to the truth as possible.
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In this same collection, you can find other historical figures including Marie Curie, Jane Goodall, Josephine Baker, and Frida Khalo. Absolutely. In my early novels, such as Chasing the Wind I created fictional characters and embedded them in a real world so that only the peripheral characters were historical figures.
Thus Hurricane Squadron, the pilots and ground crew, were. The Legal Consequences of Using Real People in Fiction. Ask a Lawyer Series When Fiction & Reality Collide. By Attorney Lloyd J.
Jassin. Q: My main character is loosely based on a real person. I mean, that's who inspired me. I never identify him by name (he's my ex-friend) and I've made up 90% of the events that happen in the book.