Re: [IAG-members] How Many Words
During that era many authors, including the immortal Dickens, serialized their new works in newspapers. It was the way the public got to read the great novels. They were the soap-operas of the day.
Today, however, with the disappearance of so many popular newspapers that is a long-lost possibility.
--- El vie, 1/3/13, Yvonne LaRose <inaword_ccjp@...> escribió:
De: Yvonne LaRose <inaword_ccjp@...>
Asunto: [IAG-members] How Many Words
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Fecha: viernes, 1 de marzo, 2013 01:53I downloaded a bunch of free books from the Google Chrome Marketplace yesterday. As I did so, I remembered that Alexandre Dumas wrote many of his novels as weekly soap operas and people would eagerly await the next newspaper so that they could find out what happened next.If someone were to attempt a weekly serial story today, about how many words would it take to make it worthwhile reading? Or should it be based on word count?VivaYvonne LaRose
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