Free Writing Essay - Original Writing

967 Words Oct 4th, 2014 4 Pages
I do all my school work on the computer, meaning I hardly write anything free hand. Except when it comes to free writing. I find it much easier to write free hand when trying to get my thoughts onto paper. When typing, it is difficult to write fluidly without being preoccupied with grammar and spelling mistakes. Due to the red, blue and green lines that appear all over the screen. My instant reaction is to clear the screen of errors, hindering my ability to write freely. I am also a painfully slow typer, so pen and paper is faster. I am able to write more ideas down in a shorter period of time, allowing the stream of consciousness become more natural. I also feel more comfortable writing with a pen and paper, allowing the words to flow freely onto the paper, instead of stopping and going on a computer. Some people really like to type when they are free writing, because it is easier to edit if you are going to turn the writing into an actual piece. This is one downside when writing with a pen and paper. It can become tedious to edit and recopy something back onto the computer.
An Ellipsis are a series of marks used in writing to indicate an omission of words. Throughout Murray’s writing, he addresses the fact that a piece of writing is never finished. He ends his essays with a grammatical indication that a piece of writing will always have elements that are incomplete. Every piece writing is slave to the deadline, not allowing the writing to blossom into what it could be. He…

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