Creative Writing

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  • Language Influence On Language

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    language item can be formulated and combined in a variety of different ways. This concept is applied at all levels of language may it be literature, linguistics, syntax and so on and stylisticians are responsible for analyzing this unique style of writing across that text. Generally speaking, researchers may regard style as a choice from the general pool of language available which deviates deliberately or unconsciously from the normal or classical usage of language. Stylisticians allow language users

  • The Importance Of Multitasking

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    The purpose of the paper is to examine ten of the most important things that have influenced me in my writing style when answering business email and letters related to work. I will also look at the best practices in business writing and the steps that need to be taken to have successful communication skills. Effective communication should focus on being practical, factual, concise, clear and persuasive. Multitasking Let’s take a look at multitasking and why there is so much talk about why people

  • Why Did Robert Greene The English Author Attack Shakespeare By William Shakespeare

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    everyone loved Shakespeare's plays. They were funny, romantic, some drama, and people loved his plays. When Greene would write he would not create a charter it would just be like him writing the whole time. Shakespeare would bring in different people as he went on to write his plays, he was very creative. Greene was not as creative as Shakespeare and that was even more competition because no one wants to read something boring. Greene did not like how Shakespeare had men playing as women. During Renaissance

  • The Importance Of Effective Communication

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    What Is Effective Communication? Communication is the process of sharing information, thoughts and feelings between people through speaking, writing or body language. Effective communication extends the concept to require that transmitted content is received and understood by someone in the way it was intended. However, Effective communication is about more than just exchanging information. Everyone communicates in one way or another, but very few people have mastered the skill of truly effective

  • The Importance Of Literature In Literature

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    it. This research began with the hypothesis that the ge nres like travelogue and fiction written on the rivers reveal a picture of t he society and culture on the river banks. Travelogue would help to capture the glimpse of culture with subjective/creative perspective available to a crea tive writer who is aware of the narratives about a particular society, whereas a wr iter of fiction tries to narrate the world in a very imaginative as well as innovative w ay. That is why to assess travel 2 documents

  • Deepwater Horizon Leadership Style

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    Acquisition Review Quarterly, 2. Retrieved from: Ingersoll, C., Locke, R., & Reavis, C. (2012). BP and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster of 2010. Cambridge, MA. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License. Retrieved from:

  • Anne Frank's Passion For Writing

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    Passion For Writing A long time ago, there was a time of hatred and discrimination focused on Jews in the 1930’s. This event was known as the Holocaust. A young girl known as, Anne Frank, is known for her impact on views of the Holocaust. Anne had a diary that she wrote in, about her family’s, the Van Daans’, and Jan Dussel’s experiences while hiding in the Secret Annex to keep from being discovered and killed by the Nazis. We are going to discuss Anne’s diary, Anne’s passion for writing, the value

  • The Importance Of Cursive Writing

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    ways to flaunt who you are. The importance of cursive writing has become prominent due to a new system of teaching which no longer emphasizes cursive writing. However, according to Kayla Bell, “Brain connections are strengthened and supported through the physical act of writing.” The Common Core system that has taken over the classrooms with keyboards and technology is taking away all the benefits that handwriting has to offer. For cursive writing, it is not just personality that is being lost, but

  • Essay On Technology In Education

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    Today, technology such as phones and computers have engulfed the lives of many. The entertainment brought by phones and computers has distracted people away from activities of the past. Arts such as writing letters and playing board games have been replaced with texting and social media. These new activities brought by phones and computers have become so integrated into peoples’ lives that if they were to be outlawed, the quality of society as a whole would dramatically decrease. One of the major

  • Summarisation In Hindi Language Analysis

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    MULTIDOCUMENT HINDI TEXT SUMMARIZATION USING BACKPROPAGATION NETWORK ABSTRACT Now days it’s very difficult and laborious task to find out exactly want we want from internet. To make this task there are many summarization technique has been developed. For English language there are multiple option available but very less work has been done with respect to Hindi language. Proposed system is going to summarize multiple Hindi documents. In this summarization technique feature extracted from document