Writes

Some articles on writes, write:

The Glade (magazine) - Regular Contributors
... Hugh Soar writes about the longbow and its history ... Westholme U.S, (2004), ISBN 1-59416-002-3 John Dudley writes about the compound bow and the techniques of its use ... Richard Priestman writes about the recurve bow and answers readers' questions about all aspects of archery ...
Allocate-on-flush
... When blocks must be allocated to hold pending writes, disk space for the appended data is subtracted from the free-space counter, but not actually ... When used in conjunction with copy on write as it is in ZFS, it can convert slow random writes into fast sequential writes ...
Curtain Up (novel) - Characters
... Pauline writes to her ... Petrova writes to him ... At first Posy writes to her but stops after Miriam's talent is discovered, but still gives her a scholarship after Madame asks so not hurt Holly's feelings more ...
A Beautiful Place To Die - Literary Significance and Reception
... particular time and place." Jay strafford writes that the book "will long echo in your mind" and that "Nunn brings this entirely plausible work to a close and leaves the ... Sarah Weinman writes, "Nunn teases out a complex tale of sexual depravity and family members prepared to protect even the worst of secrets in beautifully layered prose, but ...
The Prisoner (2009 Miniseries) - Critical Reception
... a bit daffy." In a comparison with the miniseries to AMC's hit series Mad Men, he writes "the difference that 'Mad Men' is never boring." In ...

Famous quotes containing the word writes:

    It’s not a matter of old or new forms; a person writes without thinking about any forms, he writes because it flows freely from his soul.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Of old all invitations ended
    With the well-known R.S.V.P.,
    But now our laws have been amended
    The hostess writes B.Y.O.B.
    Christopher Morley (1890–1957)

    I have not much faith in women in fiction.... Women are so horribly subjective and they have such scorn for the healthy commonplace. When a woman writes a story of adventure, a stout sea tale, a manly battle yarn, anything without wine, women, and love, then I will begin to hope for something great from them, not before.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)