In how to become a writer by lorrie Moore, who is the possible audience?

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who is direct audience and indirect? No matter how many times I read the story I couldn't understand it confuse me 

Jan 24th, 2015

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-Lorrie Moore, the writer of "How to Become a Writer," is attempting to get the reader to comprehend what it may be similar to on the off chance that you attempted to turn into a writer. For some readers, the issue of who is talking in a content is clear enough. You basically take a gander at the cover sheet, and whatever name you read after "by" is who is talking in a content. In one sense, obviously, this is valid. For further understanding please visit this page :)

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