3 definitions by Plongeur

1.A writer or author who uses a technique of writing in which he/she identifies emotionally with a character in the story and assumes that character's persona in the telling. Novels and stories exhibiting this style are almost always first person. This writing style allows insights into a character's motives, reactions and thoughts that usually can only be inferred from other styles. Author's using this technique may describe the sensation of writing as if they were spiritually channeling the character.
Examples of method writers:
Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain
The Catcher in the Rye - J. D. Salinger
To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
A View from a Height - J. E. Murphy
Rebecca - Daphne du Maurier
Moby Dick - Herman Melville
by Plongeur September 2, 2011
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Guy 1 - Why am I in a higher tax bracket than some people with mansions and yachts?
Guy 2 - You have to be rich as Romney to be in that low a tax bracket. Some people have gravitational wealth.
by Plongeur February 20, 2012
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A mass of wealth so great that it can bend tax codes and pull governments out of their natural orbits.
Guy 1 - Did you read about the candidate who was so rich he used his money to lobby for a lower tax rate for himself?
Guy 2 - Yeah. That is some gravitational wealth.
by Plongeur February 20, 2012
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