On the quote " It Is not what an Author Says, but what He or She Whispers that Is Important," by Logan Pearsall Smith
"It is not what an author says, but what he or she whispers that is important," by Logan Pearsall Smith. This quote means that the author delivers the theme through underlie themes. A lot of the times he may not come out and say what they are trying to say. Most of the time you have to read between the lines. This statement is true in literature as well as in life. Two literary works that prove this quote to be true are "The Tragedy of Macbeth", the play, by William Shakespeare and "The Lord Of The Flies", the novel by William Golding.
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