Is there a difference between modern and pre-modern writers in ideology and writer’s responsibility? In other words, has the writer’s role changed over time, evolved into a new, modernized version?...
Michelle Bishop's insight:
Do non-straight-white-male (e.g. African-American, Native American, Hispanic, Gay/Lesbian, etc.) writers have additional responsibilities as writers and "representatives" of their respective groups? Why or why not?
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