Fact and Fiction: The Scissors and Paste Job


"I would like to insist that this paper is serious, but not academic. It is an impressionist piece, even if it relies heavily on metaphors from another era of art history. This paper is about some of the ways in which I am presently looking at writing through my particular astigmatism."

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Published 1 May 1985 in Volume 12 No. 1. Subjects: Fiction, Literary influences, Literary techniques, structures & modes, Novel writing.

Cite as: Krauth, Nigel. ‘Fact and Fiction: The Scissors and Paste Job.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 12, no. 1, 1985, doi: 10.20314/als.f2dc1dee5c.