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The Brontës, the Shelleys, Kingsley and Martin Amis: new research suggests literary relatives share similar writing styles

By James O'Sullivan, Lecturer in Digital Arts & Humanities, University College Cork
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From Jane Austen to James Patterson, every author has their own way of writing. And that writing is often discussed in terms of “style”. Essentially, style refers to “how” something is written – it is more concerned with form than content. So when, for example, someone remarks that they “enjoyed the story” but “didn’t like how it…


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