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  • Reflection Of Free-Writing: My Role As A Writer

    First, I intend on first examining my role as a writer, for I believe the aspects of my writing has changed tremendously since the beginning of this course. Since taking this course, my usage of the rhetorical devise has improved. I better understand how to use each rhetorical device effectively when writing. Prior to this course, I had a limited understanding of ethos, pathos, and logos. Now I understand each of them and how their importance in developing a well-developed analysis or argument. The structure of my writing has also improved; thus, I now utilize pre-writing methods better than previously when writing. For example, I relied on free-writing more in order to help assist my writing process. Free-writing allows me to organize all…

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  • The Importance Of Generative Writing

    Victory belongs to the most fearless. Everybody can be a writer, for we all naturally have a gift for creating art. The art of literature, is an elevated form of our senses and beliefs. In my eyes, writing is almost similar to scrape the little pieces of feelings together, and make up passages that hide fresh and raw nature between the lines. There is no need for any mimicry of other people’s format or rules, with only the basic elements and faith. Each single person can invent their own…

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  • Anne Lamott Shitty First Drafts

    read articles for homework and they actually turn out to be helpful for you. Thats exactly what happened to me when I was assigned to read “Shitty First Drafts” by Anne Lamott, which caught my attention from its title. I wondered why is it called “shitty.” Anne Lamott explained how important it is to write shitty drafts before your writing becomes better. I thought to myself, I usually get B’s and C’s on my essays and Lamott says to become a good writer you must write shitty drafts first then…

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  • Analysis Of Writing Down The Bones: Freeing The Writer Within By Natalie Goldberg

    Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within by Natalie Goldberg is an instructional and explanatory novel that 's main goal is to, as it states, free the writer within. Goldberg strives to have each reader achieve the level of utmost appreciation and recognition of writing that she has also. She looks at writing as a way to escape life, but also to dive deeper into it, both at the same time. Right at the beginning when talking about the purpose of the novel, she directly states, " It is…

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  • Essay On My Love Reading

    When I was back in school, I never succeed in any of my subjects. I always used to convince myself that I can just pass with a passing grade and focus on playing sports and that’s how it was for the most part. But the only thing that I was on top of my game was writing papers, whether it was an essay or a paper for another class it was always an A+. I always had something to write about I never got stuck on a thought or an idea. Which made me realize that I loved to write and it always made me…

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  • Time Capsule Essay

    back in time and recall specific experiences that brought me to be the writer that I am today. In Kindergarten my teacher Mrs. Potter had us write in a journal and within that journal we would detail what we had do in class that day, our feelings on what we did, and what we did with our friends at lunch and recess. The idea of this journal was to teach kids…

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  • The Ideas Of Freedom In William Stafford's A Way Of Writing

    He wrote “A Way of Writing” discussing his definition of a writer, someone who uses a process to achieve an end result. For an end result, a creation that comes from confidence, stray impulses with trust, and find patterns are from a satisfying result. Stafford’s personal process involves being receptive, and willing to fail. He doesn’t insist on high standards, ideas do not have to be important significant, or consistent. Stafford believes in the freedom to create or discover, that in the end…

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  • Identity Vs Creative Writing

    writing. However, creative writing can benefit authors by introducing various techniques to insert identity into academic papers. Typically, lecturers teach students that identity should never be present in academic writing, but in reality, “identity is always present in writing… the idea that any writing can be disconnected from identity is absurd” (Williams, 712). Without it, the paper loses that touch of cultural diversity. Identity also represents those who simply write because they are…

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  • English 101 Final Reflection

    Throughout the entirety of this English 101 course, I have seen my skills as a writer grow. In the beginning of the school year, my writing fell short of my expectations, but as I continued to work and learn the principles of writing, I have written papers that I am proud to say are mine. Among the aspects of my writing I have improved, the best strives are seen within my my counter arguments and overall strength and coherency of my papers. To begin, when looking at a paper I wrote in August on…

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  • Importance Of Writers Block

    (Montgomery 146). Writer’s block is a common predicament for many authors; young and old alike. It silences even the greatest of writers, as Lucy Maud Montgomery indicates in her insightful journal entry titled, Publishing Anne. Writer’s block cannot be generalized, it has separate causes and therefore, separate solutions. Writers often have difficulty producing original ideas when creativity in a written work is absent. Personal issues, causing a specific state of mind, can have a significant…

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