If you need help in Literature, I'm here.

@Miloque (130)
Philippines
June 8, 2009 2:08pm CST
Hey guys, does anyone here need help in any literature topics? I know Literature can sometimes be a drag, but it can be fun if you put it in a different light. Since I'm a Literature major, maybe I can help, even just a little. And this thread is also open for those itching to give advice to fellow students at that. Anyway, we got nothing to lose, right? Only to keep the thread alive, that is. Good luck on your studies!
2 responses
@italysmom (313)
• United States
8 Jun 09
I am currently trying write a small book, and.. lol.. my grammar is not so great.. I really need someone that can read it.. and critic it.. when I finish it. anyway you would do that?
@Miloque (130)
• Philippines
9 Jun 09
How long is your manuscript by the way? Though I really can't promise anything besides advice, but here's what we can do. Despite having to run your document through Microsoft Word's spelling and grammar check, there will still be errors. This is true since it only checks proper syntax (common word arrangement) that is usually based from American and British grammar. To be sure, you can also read it aloud. It works for me that way. If a sentence sounds wrong to you, it probably is.
• United States
9 Jun 09
well I am not finished with it yet, however so far its 10 pages in microsoft, If its ok, I will add you and contact you when I finish it.
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
8 Jun 09
wow! That must be great.Do you by the way remember who wrote the Chinese writer who wrote "the man who became fish"
@Miloque (130)
• Philippines
9 Jun 09
Hmm... I must have come across it once, but to be honest I am not entirely sure. If it is a folk tale, most likely it's translated by Virkram Seth. This writer loves Chinese poetry and folk tales. But if it is a postwar tale... it might be a bit hard to look for the exact writer.