RE: Recent previous blog about writing and social class.
I have already looked at the relationship between writing and social class; according to my previous research traditional narrative form and content are embroiled in bourgeois ideology. The working-class writer should attack it with a revolutionary wrecking-ball, chew it up and spit it out.
Swings and roundabouts, Comrade.
Now, I have to go pick up my washing from the laundrette. (yeh, I do have a washing machine but it's easier like this.)
To cut a long story short: