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Public, like a frog

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The Writer in the Academy: Creative Interfrictions, Pages: 199 - 219

Swansea University Author: Jasmine Donahaye Orcid Logo

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This chapter examines definitions of creative non-fiction and the intersection of creative writing and academic research, and queries the conventions of academic writing, calling for a more personally engaged kind of literary criticism. It discusses responses to Emily Dickinson, Peter Cole, Homi Bha...

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Published: Boydell and Brewer 2011
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