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Saramago wrote a sequel to Blindness in 2004, titled Seeing ( Ensaio sobre a lucidez , literal English translation Essay on lucidity ), which has also been translated into English. The new novel takes place in Portugal and features several of the same characters.

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Step 4) By this stage, you should have a good idea of the large-scale structure of your novel, and you have only spent a day or two. Well, truthfully, you may have spent as much as a week, but it doesn’t matter. If the story is broken, you know it now, rather than after investing 500 hours in a rambling first draft. So now just keep growing the story. Take several hours and expand each sentence of your summary paragraph into a full paragraph. All but the last paragraph should end in a disaster. The final paragraph should tell how the book ends.

Benchley says that neither he nor anyone else involved in its conception initially realized the book's potential. Tom Congdon, however, sensed that the novel had prospects and had it sent out to The Book of the Month Club and paperback houses. The Book of the Month Club made it an "A book", qualifying it for its main selection, then Reader's Digest also selected it. The publication date was moved back to allow a carefully orchestrated release. It was released first in hardcover in February 1974, [1] then in the book clubs, followed by a national campaign for the paperback release. [19] Bantam bought the paperback rights for $575,000, [1] which Benchley points out was "then an enormous sum of money". [3] Once Bantam's rights lapsed years later, they reverted to Benchley, who subsequently sold them to Random House , who has since done all the reprints of Jaws . [8]

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Using a novel title in an essay

Step 4) By this stage, you should have a good idea of the large-scale structure of your novel, and you have only spent a day or two. Well, truthfully, you may have spent as much as a week, but it doesn’t matter. If the story is broken, you know it now, rather than after investing 500 hours in a rambling first draft. So now just keep growing the story. Take several hours and expand each sentence of your summary paragraph into a full paragraph. All but the last paragraph should end in a disaster. The final paragraph should tell how the book ends.

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using a novel title in an essay

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using a novel title in an essay
Using a novel title in an essay

Step 4) By this stage, you should have a good idea of the large-scale structure of your novel, and you have only spent a day or two. Well, truthfully, you may have spent as much as a week, but it doesn’t matter. If the story is broken, you know it now, rather than after investing 500 hours in a rambling first draft. So now just keep growing the story. Take several hours and expand each sentence of your summary paragraph into a full paragraph. All but the last paragraph should end in a disaster. The final paragraph should tell how the book ends.

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Using a novel title in an essay

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using a novel title in an essay

Using a novel title in an essay

Saramago wrote a sequel to Blindness in 2004, titled Seeing ( Ensaio sobre a lucidez , literal English translation Essay on lucidity ), which has also been translated into English. The new novel takes place in Portugal and features several of the same characters.

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using a novel title in an essay

Using a novel title in an essay

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Benchley says that neither he nor anyone else involved in its conception initially realized the book's potential. Tom Congdon, however, sensed that the novel had prospects and had it sent out to The Book of the Month Club and paperback houses. The Book of the Month Club made it an "A book", qualifying it for its main selection, then Reader's Digest also selected it. The publication date was moved back to allow a carefully orchestrated release. It was released first in hardcover in February 1974, [1] then in the book clubs, followed by a national campaign for the paperback release. [19] Bantam bought the paperback rights for $575,000, [1] which Benchley points out was "then an enormous sum of money". [3] Once Bantam's rights lapsed years later, they reverted to Benchley, who subsequently sold them to Random House , who has since done all the reprints of Jaws . [8]

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