The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway
GenreAdventure / Romance
Age Rating:G
Submitted:Saturday, 6 January 2018
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Two girlfriends: one for popular, lucrative writing; the other for great authentic writing. Is this contrast presented fairly and clearly? Is this theme too controversial? Which girlfriend wins?

 

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Ch. 1 The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway

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Phillip O'Sullivan Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Do you really think literature should be all heart and condemn corruption. Like a novel featuring hoodlums yet ONLY featuring their 'evil' side instead of the weird but affecting family-religious-and sociological background also that gives it its admittedly strange 'justifications'?
Where would any story be in say- 'The Godfather' novel. Your views are oddly moral and could appear to most readers as full of reader annoying bile. It is not what readers pick up books for- Moral Lessons- from you? Indeed!
Rather show us a moral world that is reasonable and works. I think they are called Utopian.
 
Do I Need One? Saturday, 6 January 2018
I'm intrigued, and looking forward to more!

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