WelcomeWelcome to the blog for JGB's Fall 2010 English 254: First-Person Fiction. When you comment on one of the books we're reading and discussing this semester, you should include the relevant category title in your post. Please feel free to post links to web sites or articles or videos or music -- anything that will enhance our discussions of these texts.
Tag Archives: wisdom
Reading over a few more samples of the latest exercise, I’m thinking a bit more about the ways in which the writers we’re reading this semester have influenced your work. If you’re worried about it — and I’m not — … Continue reading
I’m interested in the ways in which both Denis Johnson and Richard Ford sometimes allow their plainspoken, relatively inarticulate narrators a kind of brief, transitory lyricism — or even wisdom — at crucial points in their stories. Here’s the narrator … Continue reading