Introduction To Creative Writing Pdf

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Aspiring authors and teachers of writing will find much to discover and enjoy.■ receiving something at a dif- ferent angle - in effect, perceiving it anew, as a child does.

Aspiring authors and teachers of writing will find much to discover and enjoy.■ receiving something at a dif- ferent angle - in effect, perceiving it anew, as a child does.

The making of creative language and story is natural, and part of everybody's potential world.

We could reason that it depends upon the position of the player; on a writer as player of language; on their play of mind on mind, and mind in mind. What are the first three things you notice, and what do they look like or even smell like? Many myths and metaphors swirl around the discipline of creative writing.

The craft of writing lies in the way the cards of language are played; the voice in how the cards become your choices. A student is an apprentice to writing and, by innocent attachment, to those selfsame myths and lies. It is hard for them to know who they are; if they are a writer at all; or whether they are somebody who has never really left the audience, who is still lost in a book.

'Inspiration' and fluency are aspects of our neu- ral flexibility, and practice, endeavour and good perception make them so.

As Flaubert claimed to Van Gogh, 'Talent is long patience, and originality an effort of will and of intense observation' (Oliver, 1994: 121). Use another ten sentences or ten lines to finish this writing.

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