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Thursday, February 24, 2011

An Understanding Agent


"Sometimes a writer may look for more than questions or may ask for concrete suggestions, but one way or another the choices for the work have to be organic and emotionally logical to the writer, or else they do come from someone else, will be false and stilted, will take away from the organic rhythm of the work, and the play invitably suffers. I don't believe play doctoring works. Nurturing does." 
Peregrine Wittlesey

2 comments:

  1. This applies as well for ghostwriting. Guess why it is so difficult to read the bible!
    And it is valid for thesis-writing as well. Never assign more than one single ghostwriter. Otherwise it takes you a lot of time to understand, if needed, your own scientific work. KT spent three long days to understand both the content and the rules ….

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  2. "the choices for the work have to be organic and emotionally logical to the writer, or else they do come from someone else"

    This is exactly the 30% which weighs more than the 70% I spoke about yesterday! We can use calcolaters to solve equations, but we have to digit avec esprit.

    @cs

    "This applies as well for ghostwriting. Guess why it is so difficult to read the bible!"

    Delicious! Deliciously delicious! But the bible isn't difficult to read, dear Constantinus Magnus, God has the best ghostwriters and -speakers of planet terra. The Bible is not difficult, but it is challenging (like every other archeologic activity, only a little bit more).

    Dear cs, we are like Don Camillo and Peppone. What a wonderful team. You are living in the paradise of fiction and science, and I am living in the dreary hell of the past, somewhere before the Big Bang, when time and space where still together waiting to be seperated by God's will.

    Ad Pelegrinam maternam

    Standing ovation!

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