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Roberts, Writing About Literature: Be assertive

In studying literature, always express ideas as assertions.

This edict seems to express the core of writing about literature, the very topic of Roberts's book.


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Good point. Note that Roberts applies that claim by making it an assertion, rather than simply an observation.

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