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Jacob Finch Bonner was once a bright young author who had a well-received debut. He’s now teaching at a mediocre MFA school and fighting to save what little self-respect he has left; he hasn’t written—much less published—anything worthwhile in years.
When Evan Parker, Jake’s most egotistical pupil, declares that he doesn’t need Jake’s aid because the storyline of his unfinished novel has a foregone conclusion, Jake is ready to dismiss the statement as usual amateur narcissism. But then he hears the scheme
Jake returns to his own career’s downward spiral, bracing himself for the supernova release of Evan Parker’s debut novel, but it never arrives.
Jake does what any self-respecting writer would do with a narrative like that—a story that really has to be told—when he hears that his former pupil has died, likely without ever finishing his book.
All of Evan Parker’s prophecies have come true in a matter of years, but Jake is the one who is riding the wave. He is well-known, well-liked, and widely read all across the world.
But, just as he is settling into his new life, he receives an e-mail, the opening volley in a terrible, anonymous campaign: It says you’re a thief.
Jake continues to learn more about his late pupil as he battles to comprehend his enemy and keep the truth from his readers and publishers. What he finds both impresses and scares him.
What was Evan Parker’s background, and how did he come up with the premise for his “sure thing” novel? Who stole the plot from whom, and what is the true story behind it?
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Jacob Finch Bonner, the once promising author of the “New & Noteworthy” (New York Times Book Review) novel The Invention of Wonder, let himself into the office he’d been assigned on the second floor of Richard Peng Hall, set his beat-up leather satchel on the barren desk, and looked around in something akin to despair.
The office, his fourth home in Richard Peng Hall in as many years, was no great improvement on the earlier three, but at least it overlooked a vaguely collegiate walkway under trees from the window behind the desk, rather than the parking lot of years two and three or the dumpster of year one (when, ironically, he’d been much closer to the height of his literary fame, such as it was, and might conceivably have hoped for something nicer).
The Plot Book PDF The only thing in the room that signaled anything of an actual literary nature, that signaled anything of any warmth at all, was the beat-up satchel Jake used to transport his laptop and, on this particular day, the writing samples of his soon-to-arrive students, and this Jake had been carrying around for years.
He’d acquired it at a flea market shortly before his first novel’s publication with a certain writerly self-consciousness: acclaimed young novelist still carries the old leather bag he used throughout his years of struggle! Any residual hope of becoming that person now was long gone. And even if it wasn’t there was no way to justify the expense of a new bag. The Plot Book PDF Free Download Not now. Richard Peng Hall was a 1960s addition to the Ripley campus, an unlovely construction of white cinder block behind the gymnasium and beside some dormitories slapped together for “coeds” when Ripley College began admitting women in the year 1966 (which, to its credit, had been ahead of the curve).
Richard Peng had been an engineering student from Hong Kong, and though he probably owed more of his eventual wealth to the institution he’d attended after Ripley College (namely MIT), that institution had declined to construct a Richard Peng Hall, at least not for the size of the donation he’d had in mind.
The Ripley building’s original purpose had been to accommodate the engineering program, and it still bore the distinct tang of a science building with its windowed lobby nobody ever sat in long, barren corridors and that soul-killing cinder block, but when Ripley got rid of engineering in 2005 (got rid of all its science programs, actually, and all of its social science programs) and dedicated itself, in the words of its frantic board of supervisors, “to the study and practice of the arts and humanities in a world that increasingly undervalues and needs them,” Richard Peng Hall was reassigned to the low-residency Master of Fine Arts Program in Fiction, Poetry, and Personal Non-Fiction (Memoir).
The Plot Book ePUB Free Download Thus had the writers come to Richard Peng Hall, on the campus of Ripley College, in this strange corner of northern Vermont, close enough to the fabled “Northeast Kingdom” to bear some trace of its distinct oddness (the area had been home to a small but hardy Christian cult since the 1970s) but not so far from Burlington and Hanover as to be completely in the back of beyond.
Of course creative writing had been taught at the college since the 1950s, but never in any serious, let alone enterprising way. Things got added to the curriculum of every educational institution concerned with survival as the culture changed around it and as the students began, in their eternally student-y way, to make demands: women’s studies, African-American studies, a computer center that actually acknowledged computers were, you know, a thing.
But when Ripley underwent its great crisis in the late 1980s, and when the college took a sober, and deeply trepidatious look at what might be required for actual institutional survival, it was—surprise!—the creative writing that signaled the most optimistic way forward.
And so it had launched its first (and, still, only) graduate program, the Ripley Symposia in Creative Writing, and over the following years the Symposia basically ate up the rest of the college until all that was left was its low-residency program, so much more accommodating for students who couldn’t drop everything for a two-year MFA course.The Plot Book PDF Download And shouldn’t be expected to! Writing, according to Ripley’s own glossy prospectus and highly enticing website, was not some elitist activity out of bounds to all but the fortunate few. Every single person
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Jean Hanff Korelitz is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels The Plot, You Should Have Known (which aired on HBO in October 2020 as The Undoing, starring Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, and Donald Sutherland), Admission (adapted as a film in 2013 starring Tina Fey), The Devil and Webster, The White Rose, The Sabbathday River and A Jury of Her Peers, as well as Interference Powder, a novel for children. Her company BOOKTHEWRITER hosts Pop-Up Book Groups in which small groups of readers discuss new books with their authors. She lives in New York City with her husband, Irish poet Paul Muldoon
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