Language and Creative Illusion

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Longman, 1998 - Всего страниц: 258
Examines the creative process in writing, from the ideas and designs of composition to the business of fixing a text on paper. Two themes run throughout the text: one concerns the action of the mind in the creative process; the other concerns the editorial phase of composition.

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Walter Nash has taught English and Linguistics at a number of universities and colleges in Great Britain and Europe, and has particular interests in composition, usage, sylistics, and the nature of literary language.

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