Was it not around that Tom Wolfe, Joan Didion, Norman Mailer and others began interjecting autobiography and biography -- the so-called new journalism -- to bring contemporary history to "a state of exaltation"? In the last two years of his life, Henry James had taken issue with Wells, deploring long narratives in the first person because he believed they precipitated the novel into "looseness," a situation he feared would elevate "the terrible fluidity of self-revelation.
Experiment in Autobiography
Johnston's belief that "a revolution is taking place, a form is under development, a challenge to the pre-eminence of fiction as the creative test for a writer," provides further proof that the unresolved conflict between James and Wells still rages. Books 'Experiment in Autobiography'. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. September Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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First UK edition. Walter Thompson in Though Patterson climbed the company ranks, eventually becoming its North American CEO, he also wrote fiction in his spare time. His first published book, The Thomas Berryman Number , came out in It won an Edgar Award, a top prize for mystery writers.
Patterson penned several other novels, but it was not until that he achieved breakout success with Along Came a Spider. Patterson used his work experience to orchestrate a television ad campaign for the novel, which helped it become a best-seller. In , Patterson left his life as an executive in order to focus on writing.
Patterson has also written a number of books about a New York City detective, Michael Bennett, with 10 adopted children. Whatever the genre, Patterson is known for writing involving, page-turning stories. Patterson's name appears on more books than most other authors; he released 13 books in both and , and 14 books in His first co-authored work was Miracle on the 17th Green , written with Peter de Jonge.
When working with another writer, Patterson first writes an extensive outline, which is then sent to the co-author.