Story To Tell Me Analysis

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Story-telling is something that has always come naturally to me. Ever since I could talk I would weave tales to my parents, brother, or anyone else who would listen to me. I always had a story to tell. Once I learned how to write, my fingers were always moving frantically with the need to release all of the imaginary worlds built up inside of me. As I grew older, my fingers stopped moving so much and the imaginary worlds stopped wanting to be let out. The need to write was always there though, bubbling beneath the surface. I am the youngest child of two with an age gap of three years. Growing up with an older sibling forced me into a competition that I never signed up for. Nothing I have done has ever been comparable to what he is able to do, except for writing. Writing has been my comfort throughout my life, something that is a constant in a whirlwind of variables. The rush of pride that I get when somebody reads something I wrote and likes it is comparable to nothing else in my life. Despite the comfort it gives me, I do not write seriously much. I have found that most times I sit down to write something with more feeling behind it than a school assignment, I freeze up and no words come out. I am not sure why this happens, but I do know that when I …show more content…
While I agree with the ideas that writers write from egoism, aesthetic enthusiasm, and, to some degree, historical impulse, I disagree that writers write with a political purpose. I, for one, do not write with any desire to change any person’s mind or alter their perception of anything. I write so that people may have the chance at the same escape that writing and reading gives me. Pieces of writing are not always propaganda. While all writing may end up having some sort of political bias to it, I do not think that most writers write with political purpose driving

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