Creative Writing

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  • Stephen King's On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft

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    In Stephen King’s On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, King talks the hierarchy of bad writers to great writers: "... while it is impossible to make a competent writer out of a bad writer, and while it is equally impossible to make a great writer out of a good one, it is possible, with lots of hard work, dedication, and timely help, to make a good writer out of a merely competent one." (King 142) He conveys that the only time one is able to shift up this hierarchy is from competent to good. In his

  • Close Encounters By Jane Gallop Summary

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    Writing is an art form. The artist needs to break the set rules of their medium to make the best art and to better themselves and the community. this is exactly what Jane Gallop did in her controversial article “The Ethics of Reading: Close Encounters”. In her article, Gallop writes about the importance of close reading -- the act of reading a piece without bias -- all the while deceiving and exploiting their prejudices. Gallop has definitely delved into unorthodoxy while writing this paper by dropping

  • Monster's Role In Employee Termination By Louise Kurmark Summary

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    everyone, but that is not always an easy task. Writing is one of the best forms of communication due to the fact that the writer can carefully structure the message itself towards a specific audience to deliver their message in the most effective way. Rhetorical writing is a great way for writers to achieve this. The article here “HR’s Role in Employee Termination” by Louise Kursmark, published on Monster’s site. She is an expert at resume writing, and she loves to help people tell their story on

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Kelly Clarkson Research Paper

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    Kelly Clarkson Kelly Brianne Clarkson Blackstock, also known as Kelly Clarkson, is a famous singer and has hit songs such as, “A Moment Like This” and “Strong (What Doesn’t Kill You)” (“Kelly Clarkson Biography” IMDb). Cultural Background Kelly Clarkson grew up in the town of Burleson in Texas, but was born in Fort Worth, Texas (“Kelly Clarkson Biography” IMDb). From her dream job of being a marine biologist ruined from the movie “Jaws” and her teacher recognizing Kelly’s beautiful singing and encouraging

  • Personal Writing Essay: My Writing Story

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    My Writing Story Everyone is a writer, some write stories for the world to read, others have ideas they never quite write. Personally, I have always been more of a closet writer. When I write I usually separate myself to be somewhere private to do so and after finishing a writing I have rarely shared with others. This is a collection of my experiences that have shaped me as a writer and given me a vision for what I wish to achieve in academic writing. Children often have all sorts of dreams they

  • Imaginative Literature: The True Meaning Of Literature

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    a group. The first thing that literature portrays is imaginative writing. Imaginative writing is pretty much creative writing, which is when the writer gets to express feelings and emotions instead of just presenting the facts. In the journal,

  • Deborah Tannen Writing Style Analysis

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    purpose, my writing style changes, adapting to both. Deborah Tannen had written articles backed up by research on how gender influences your writing style. If gender can influence your writing what else influences it? In listening I am analytical, allowing my responses to both verbal and written prompts to follow the appropriate pattern in responding. Analytical listening lends to counter arguments, which linger across both my writing and conversations. For example, when reading a writing prompt I