Wodehouse wrote in a letter to William Townend dated 6 March 1932,
(...) It's not all jam writing in the first person. The reader can know nothing except what Bertie tells him, and Bertie can know only a limited amount himself.
This letter is quoted in P.G. Wodehouse in His Own Words, edited by Barry Day (Abrams, 2012).
One of Wodehouse's early novels was ...
Is it common to reveal suspense or other important plot details in Epilogue section?
It is not very common in my considerable reading experience but not unheard of.
How important is Epilogue relating to the story?
The epilogue is an integral part of the text of the literary work, unlike post-text sections like Author's note and Acknowledgements, and it ...
Your examples aren't representative of how I've seen dash style used (mostly in books in Spanish, but James Joyce also used it, perhaps because of his exposure to it while living in France).
When there's something more than a dialogue tag, it's typical for there to be a additional dashes to introduce the additional dialogue, e.g.,
— No! — said Gandalf, ...
Marienbad My Love is made of cuts from other books, but some of them were by the same author.
Straight from the horse's mouth at the website of the book and author:
This multi-million-word, multi-volume work has been meticulously assembled through calculation and chance from fragments of pre-existing texts both written and appropriated by Mark Leach over ...
This is more of a trivia question so my answer will be understandably short.
Charles Todd is the pen name of the American mother-son duo Caroline and Charles Todd.
Please check the following link to know more about them:
Josephine Curtsinger and her son EC Curtsinger wrote a novel ...