Creative Writing

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  • Mahatma Gandhi's Travel Writing

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    Kakashae b Kalelkar who was deeply influenced by Gandhian philosophy, produced a remar kable volume of travel writing which has its important place in Indian Bhasha lite rature in general. The need and curiosity of visiting places within the country was intensified during this time. Gandhi appealed the writers to go amidst people, be part o f them and write thereafter rather than elitist writing done from sitting in one place . Travel writers also welcomed this appeal and thus kept realistic narration

  • Dan Meltzer Rhetorical Analysis

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    into explicit detail of why the rhetoric situation is needed in writing. He starts by expressing the need to have a purpose as to why you are writing and also an audience to whom you are writing to. Establishing a persona which expresses the attitude of the writer, and the text which defines the genre. Lastly, it’s also having a context which includes influential factors on the writer. It is important for students to understand that writing is situated because it constructs and valorizes new disciplinary

  • Creative Writing: The Day That Changed My Life

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    *** June 24, 2009. The day it all started. I was told to meet James by the woods. So, I wore a black skater dress hiding my thighs, thinking it was a second date or something. We have been together for about a year. I felt his green eyes looking at me, as I nervously played with my hands. My legs started to shake faster and there was nothing I could do to stop it. The silence between us started to overpower. I tried to lean in for a kiss, but he slowly drifted away. I could hear my heart shatter

  • Essay My Perfect Writing Place

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    My perfect writing workplace, My first inclination, when I was assigned to write about my perfect writing workplace, was to pick a verandah at a beach house overlooking the ocean maybe in the Caribbean. I absolutely love the sound and smell of the ocean. But upon further refection I decided that would not be my perfect place. At least, it would not be my perfect writing place, for a vacation it would be fantastic. So, after much thought I decided that I would love to have a writing retreat in

  • Creative Writing: Today Is The Day I Die

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    Prologue Today is the day I die. Looking out on the battlefield makes me shutter, The slight fog in the air swirls around lazily, dampening my face, the morning sun reflecting through it giving an odd luminescence to the clearing that separates the city from the surrounding forest. The forest of peace we call it, how laughably absurd. Large shadows, incorporeal and elusive settle at the bottom of the Luminescence in the distance... Writhing, twisting, screaming, crying... I could almost

  • Creative Writing: My First Night In The Army

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    I signed up for the army when I was 17, I look at least 19 so the whole pretending I'm older thing was a breeze. When I thought of war I thought of glory. Red banners flying high in the sky, girls cheering. The men would drink around the campfire at night and we would have our choice of whichever female we wanted. We were heroes after all. I had no idea how wrong I was. My first night in the army, shivering as the cold enveloped us. No fires were to be lit..... the Nazis were out there somewhere

  • Creative Writing: Your Sister Is Gone: Dead

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    Your sister is gone. Dead. Thrown from the car… accident. Dead. These were the words that plagued my mind as I walked on the concrete city sidewalk. They rattled the inside of my skull, throwing themselves onto bone time and time again like fish trying to tear themselves out of fishing nets. It had been a year yet they still haunted me. Each time one surfaced, it sent a new jolt of grievous pain through me, causing my hands to tremble slightly and my mind to grasp pictures I dreaded seeing. Dead

  • The Importance Of Writing Challenges In Writing

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    write a productive essay but simply cannot because of certain writing challenges? Answers may vary, but if we aren’t completely familiar with the formal structures and styles of writing, then we will surely struggle. One of the most impactful writing challenges between people is writer’s block which refers to when a writer loses the ability to produce new material or faces a lack of creativity while writing. Another commonly made writing challenge is the failure to vividly convey the meaning behind

  • My Perfect Writing Place Essay

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    inclination, when assigned to write about my perfect writing workplace, was to pick a verandah on a beach house overlooking the ocean maybe in the Caribbean. I absolutely love the sound and smell of the ocean. But upon further reflection, I decided that would not be my perfect place, at least, it would not be my perfect writing place, now for a vacation, it would be fantastic. So, after much consideration, I decided that I would love to have a writing retreat in a rustic setting. This setting would

  • Process In The Writing Process

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    What is the writing process? The writing process teach student to internalize the steps of producing finish piece of writing and should entail the recursive phases of pre writing ,drafting, revising ,editing and publishing when students internalize the process approach, they are prepared to produce logical and well writing document which convey an appropriate massage for a specific audience in personal, academic and professional contexts. All the stage in the writing process may be condensed in