Language - audience

United Kingdom, 1988

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Episode number 6 of Series “Writers on Writing”.
Writers on Writing is based on a growing archive of video material, of conversations between contemporary writers discussing their work. The material has been re-edited to form a resource for students and teachers of English, and each of the six twenty-minute videos focuses on different aspects and stages of the writing process. Each video is accompanied by a resource booklet. In this final video of the series, the use of language is investigated, followed by a discussion on the importance of “audience” for the writer.

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