Location is key in novels, neighborhoods
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#1 Jun 21, 2009
"Salesmen have a trick. It's a well-known trick, but even though you know it's coming, it really works: They use your name over and over again in their spiel. Hearing your name operates as a sort of verbal aphrodisiac."
Maybe not. See, http://www.soundsandfury.com/soundsandfury/20... .
ACD (A.C. Douglas)
#2 Jun 29, 2009
Interesting, though I'm not so sure about the whole "location makes a novel thing." Isn't the very fact that the location doesn't matter what makes stories like Cinderella timeless and great? You can read the Publish Chicago article on this here: http://publishchicago.com/2009/06/29/location...
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