r/Canonade

8k subscribers
created in 2016
last scan 6/13/2019


A barrage of literature AND a refreshing draught from the wellspring of belles-lettres. We talk about literary writing: narrative style; plot; characterization, with a focus on the Western canon. --- Keywords: Literature, novels, fiction, writing, prose, rhetoric, narrative, symbolism, composition, author, theme
https://reddit.com/r/Canonade/

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