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    Writers Block

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    different. Certainly every writer has moments of paralysis, but the way out is to properly frame what's going on, and writer's block, as commonly misunderstood, is a red herring. Consider this: Have you ever been blocked while playing Frisbee? Eating doughnuts? Dancing naked in your living room? Those are joyful things and there's nothing at stake: if you fail, who cares? Nobody. If there are no rules, and no judgment, psychological blocks are impossible. And remember writers like making names and

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    I Will Be a Writer

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    both my parents' first career were journalism. Reading is my first love, and while reading a book I often find myself lost in a totally different world, one that exists only in the imagination of the author and in my own mind. I know I want to be a writer, and my performance in school contests as well as in the National Council of Teachers of English competition has made me believe I have the talent to be successful. I don't think I want to write novels; short stories and journalistic articles are

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    A Writers Style

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    The Pulitzer Prize winning writer N. Scott Momaday has become known as a very distinctive writer who depicts the stories of the Native American life in almost poetic ways. He does an excellent job of transporting the reader from the black and white pages of a book, to a world where every detail is pointed out and every emotion felt when reading one of Momaday’s books or other writings. This style of writing that Momaday uses is very evident in his work “The Way to Rainy Mountain,” and made even more

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    primal vocational tool of any literary writer and the depth of a writer’s insight and evocative creative skills are often conditioned by the relationship between him and the language or languages he is familiar with. From this perspective, a monolingual writer is monocultural, a bilingual writer is bicultural and a multilingual writer is multicultural. The depth of insight as regards a specific cultural perspective is easily associated with a monolingual writer who has mastered a particular language

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    Short Story Writers

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    Short Story Writers "And then I woke up."Thus goes the kind of "trick ending" that every first year writing student is told to avoid, a mark of cheap theatrics and poor craftsmanship.Historically, this kind of ending is often associated with Guy de Maupassant, the prolific French writer of the 19th century, or his 20th century American heir apparent, O. Henry (William S. Porter).In this well researched and at moments insightful book, Richard Fusco argues that Maupassant's bad rap as first and

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    I Am a Writer

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    I Am a Writer As a painfully shy and quiet third grader, I read my little, red, pocket-size dictionary at recess and snack times for fun. The big words fascinated me. Who came up with these words? How did they decide what they mean? How did you use the word idiosyncratic in a sentence and sound like you meant to use that word all along? A tall and lanky sixth grader wrote about the life and function of algae, while everyone else wrote about the history of the telescope or about the difference

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    The First Type Writer

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    The first type writer was called the “Sholes &Glidden Type Writer,” and it was produced by the gun makers E. Remington & Sons in Ilion NY from 1874-1878. It was not a great success (not more than 5,000 were sold), but it started a worldwide industry, and it brought the mechanization to dreary, time-consuming office work. Christopher Latham Sholes was the creative genius behind the first typewriter to be produced. Many of the basic principles that he introduced set standards for the industry. Sholes

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    My Growth As A Writer

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    My Growth as a Writer Most of us write in some form every day, so you would expect that most of us would be well practiced and pretty good at writing. I read and write all the time; I have been taken several college courses and nearly all of them require write of some form. However, before taking this class not only was I not a good writer, I knew I wasn’t a good writer. Now I am not saying that I am ready to write my first novel, but I certainly more confident in turning in my college papers. The

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    Writers of a New Era

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    Writers of a New Era The internet has quickly woven itself into the fabric of sociey. Many consider it an indispensable part of their lives, allowing them to keep pace with their hectic schedules. The internet has improved the ease in which people can communicate and find information. Navigating the web has become second nature to regular users. Some find the computer so convenient that they use it to do all of their writing from academic papers to journals. As the computer has aided in the

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    The issue of slavery in the nineteenth century produced an overwhelming issue in society. There were some writers that favored slavery and then there were some that did not favor slavery. In favor of slavery were William Gillmore Simms, and Caroline Hentz. Those opposed to slavery were Frederick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry David Thoreau, and Herman Melville. All of these writers presented their views of slavery in the their literary works. William Simms was a supporter of slavery and this

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