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    Kate Chopin as the Great Writer In the end of 19th century and early 20th century, women's rights advocates often faced violent opposition from society. Many Americans feared that feminists, who populated an equality between women and men, would jeopardize the existence of the institution of the family and marriage, as well as destroy society. As a result, Kate Chopin, author of one of the first feminist novels “Awakening”, was in an extremely unfavorable situation. However, Kate wrote feminist stories including the novel “Awakening”, despite the condemnation of society, and laid the foundations of feminism in literature. This writer had a diverse biography. Her maiden name is Catherine O'Flaherty, and she was born in 1851 in a wealthy family (Bloom 19). Her father emigrated from Ireland to the USA, and he founded a successful business in the cities of Saint Louis and Missouri. Moreover, later he became the owner of the Pacific Railroad. Her mother was born in the famous French-Creole family of Saint Louis. When Kate was young she…

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    qualified term paper writer A term paper writer is an experienced writer who has the skills and ability to write with the help of research skills for academic purposes. Audience and grade makers always expect certain attention from a qualified term paper writer. The following skills required to be an excellent term paper writer: Pick logical topic: Selecting a topic is always a bold task while writing. A term paper writer should take time to pick a topic which is the first and foremost first…

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    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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    first is free write my thoughts about a topic or idea on paper first because sometimes it is hard for me to write what I want to write into context. After the free write I would go back and make a sense out of it to make sure it sounds…

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    What it makes me launch this blog is the love and passion that I have for reading and the dream of being a writer. I love to tell stories and I thought that I can put it on paper. My dream of being a writer came to an end when I was in High School. I was a freshman and my Spanish teacher gives us an assignment. I must read the book “Marianela” by Benito Perez Galdos and write an essay. I read the novel I was fascinated by the story. I read the book cover to cover, twice. After I read this book I…

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    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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    anything down, that person must have valuable ideas to tell readers: “For many writers, getting started is the hardest part” (Wyrick 3). Writers often keep journals to keep track of ideas and inspirations. There is a process that writers use to choose a subject. Sometimes a writer needs to find a happy place, a space where the writer feels most comfortable, to find the essay's main subject. It is important that the writer should have knowledge of the topic and wants to communicate these ideas…

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    Distorted Reflections We are the sum or our experiences. Finding out what type of writer you are is a journey. If you take a snapshot at different time during your development you can probably see the difference in how you right now verses how you wrote in the sixth grade. During that journey you discover what your capabilities are. When a student starts writing in school, there isn 't really any room for imagination or creativity; it is all about structure, discipline and what the teacher told…

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    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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    In the articles “Free Writing” and “Desperation Writing”, written by Peter Elbow discusses the difference between free writing and desperation writing. This article is very helpful to read as a college student. It can help you decide what type of writer you are and how to become a better writer. It is pretty simple, as a free writers begin writing their papers and do not stop. They do not stop to edit or revise. They jot down any thoughts or ideas they have. Once they have finished with all of…

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