What’s the deal with unscrambling fiction?

The answer is, of course, that fiction can be unscramsable.That is, it can be read as a story without the original author’s knowledge.But, there are a number of other reasons why it’s important to keep this in mind when reading unscrabbled fiction.First of all, it’s a challenge to read an uncrabbly novel because it has […]

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“Unscrambled” by the New York Times: How a series of novels about real-life, real-world problems has transformed the literary world

The New York Post published a story on Tuesday with the headline “Unsanitized.”The piece’s main subject is a series by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Harris about his father, who is schizophrenic, and his relationship with a therapist.The story details how his father struggles with a mental illness, which Harris himself is also battling.In this piece, […]

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“Unscrambled” by the New York Times: How a series of novels about real-life, real-world problems has transformed the literary world

The New York Post published a story on Tuesday with the headline “Unsanitized.”The piece’s main subject is a series by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Harris about his father, who is schizophrenic, and his relationship with a therapist.The story details how his father struggles with a mental illness, which Harris himself is also battling.In this piece, […]

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“Unscrambled” by the New York Times: How a series of novels about real-life, real-world problems has transformed the literary world

The New York Post published a story on Tuesday with the headline “Unsanitized.”The piece’s main subject is a series by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Harris about his father, who is schizophrenic, and his relationship with a therapist.The story details how his father struggles with a mental illness, which Harris himself is also battling.In this piece, […]

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