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I picked the book up because I was curious to see what Oates had to say about these writers, to see if there are writers I ought to know more about there are , and to improve my own ability to read and, ideally, to write. What does a working novelist and short story author like Oates have to say? What does she respond to in a book? As a writer of fiction, I think about the challenges.
How do you engage a reader? How do you avoid rupturing the reader's willing suspension of disbelief, throwing her out of the story and tempting her to throw the book across the room? The only way I know to answer questions like these is to learn what seems to work and what usually doesn't work in fiction.