Quoting: Dylan, Post #10
I'm not surprised that essaywriters.net hired you. They are located n Ukraine.
I hate to break it to you, devangini, but there are about 10 grammar and punctuation mistakes in your previous two posts, and you probably don't even realize it. You may THINK you are a quality writer by American standards, but you're not, and that's the problem with Indian/Pakistani writers, in general. American customers want American writers. Just because you can "speak English" (to a certain degree) does not make you a "professional writer," and it does not mean that you are qualified to write in English for American customers. This has nothing to do with the fact that you are Indian, so you and other ESL writers can try to pull the "race card" all you like. This has everything to do with the fact that you are not qualified to work for American clients who expect perfect grammar and perfect punctuation.
*)I just finished reading interviews with Ishiguro and some excerpts from his novels.
*)Amy Tan appeals to me too. They are not pulling the race card.
*)I happened to review Vikram Seth's books for a writing class. they have never used the race card. V.S.Naipal , the noble Laureate is known for his scathing criticisms of improper English. The sad part is that writers like "Devangini" assume that they are good writers and bring disgrace to writers from their country.
What one should keep in mind is that not everyone from these countries is ignorant or arrogant or both. This is from some one who works with a colleague who is always requested to proof manuscripts by tenured professors and very established writers. She hails from a similar country. She refuses to define anything unless she has grasped the exact lexical meaning and some of the etymology.
Why are we stating that an entire country or countries are made up of people who make such mistakes?