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Dirk de Geest

disastrous traps. There is even a subgenre which concentrates on the many mistakes a writer should not make: How not to write a novel , for instance. It is intriguing how writers of these handbooks oscillate between two oppositional views on writing. Emphatically, there is the ultimate belief in individual


Justyna Fruzińska

are many more levels on which they should be studied as well. What is more, he states that there seem to be no real self-proclaimed narratologists in the sense of advocating the belief that games can be reduced only to narratives; most scholars associated with the narratological approach, in fact


Anna Ślósarz

try to sell products such as philosophies, beliefs, and political programs, and/or use marketing strategies to influence readers’ perceptions and standpoints. I, Putin: A Novel by Jennifer Ciotta (2012) uses the convention of historical fiction to “sell” the Russian president. Revisiting the Kursk