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This handbook is the perfect reference for beginning creative writers. It offers abundant illustrations, exercises, and useful techniques in all genres. While emphasizing problem-solving and the mastery of literary conventions, this handbook also takes the apprentice writer on a journey from inspiration to revision.
Table of Contents
|X Anthology of Poems Preface to Fifth Edition|
|A Writerrsquo;s Concerns Typical page from a journal|
|Working like a Writer Pleasure and Passion 0|
|The Writer Participates in Writing 0|
|A Digression for the Classroom User|
|On Being Unprofessional|
|A Word About Intentions|
|Journal/Research/Invention Why Keep a Journal? Your Journal|
|What to Write in the Journal|
|What Will You Do with It All? The Relationship between Invention and Research Searching and Imagining|
|A Word about Resources|
|Point of View|
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