Some articles on male writers, writers:
... Betty Schellenburg theorizes that whereas for male writers in the 18th century sequels often served as “models of paternity and property,” for women writers these models were ... Instead, the recurring readership created by sequels allowed female writers to function within the model of “familiar acquaintances reunited to enjoy the mutual pleasures of conversation,” and for their writing to ... unrestrained by the need for continuity felt by male writers, Schellenburg argues that female-authored sequel fiction tended to have a much broader scope ...
Famous quotes containing the words writers and/or male:
“All those writers who write about their childhood! Gentle God, if I wrote about mine you wouldnt sit in the same room with me.”
—Dorothy Parker (18931967)
“In life, then, no new thing has ever arisen, or can arise, save out of the impulse of the male upon the female, the female upon the male. The interaction of the male and female spirit begot the wheel, the plough, and the first utterance that was made on the face of the earth.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)