Which Is Far Too Full of Muddled Thinking (on DWJ and Dahl)
hedberg at vermontel.net
Fri Dec 10 12:53:11 EST 1999
>From: Melissa Proffitt <Melissa at Proffitt.com>
>To: dwj at suberic.net
>Subject: Re: Which Is Far Too Full of Muddled Thinking (on DWJ and Dahl)
>Date: Thu, Dec 9, 1999, 11:22 PM
>side note would be how much I hate it that literary fiction is viewed as the
>norm and everything else is "genre" fiction. As though literary novels
>didn't have as many defining characteristics as anything else! If I can
>find Dave Wolverton's article on this, I may post a link to it...anyway....)
Yes, please. It's been one of my big bugaboos for a long time. Unnecessary
ghettoization (is there such a thing as necessary ghettoization?).
Hedberg Maps, Inc.
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