Creative Writing And Oral Literature
Another recent demand has been created by civil and government readers for the work of non-fictional technical writers, whose skills create understandable, interpretive documents of a practical or scientific nature.
Some writers may use images (drawing, painting, graphics) or multimedia to augment their writing.
For example, historian William Dalrymple began in the genre of travel literature and also writes as a journalist.
Many writers have produced both fiction and non-fiction works and others write in a genre that crosses the two.
Writers' texts are published across a range of media.
Skilled writers who are able to use language to express ideas well, often contribute significantly to the cultural content of a society.
Dorothy Sayers, for example, wrote crime fiction but was also a playwright, essayist, translator, and critic.
Benjamin Constant, Stendhal, Eugène Fromentin, Jacques Rivière, Radiguet, all used different techniques, took different liberties, and set themselves different tasks.
François Mauriac, novelist A satirist uses wit to ridicule the shortcomings of society or individuals, with the intent of exposing stupidity.
The Venetian poet and librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, for example, wrote the libretto for some of Mozart's greatest operas.
Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa were Italian librettists who wrote for Giacomo Puccini.