The Art of Story Writing
by Nathaniel C. Fowler
Publisher: Sulley and Kleinteich 1913
Number of pages: 282
The writing of stories of every class and of any length, and of every kind of literature, whether or not published in book form, is a distinct art or profession, may be considered as a trade, and cannot be accurately weighed or measured unless subject to both ethical and commercial consideration.
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