Paper1 - Sean Litchfield Robyn Artis ENG200 I Write Wicked...

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Sean Litchfield Robyn Artis ENG200 January 17, 2008 I Write Wicked Good! With all kidding aside, I do enjoy writing. The English language fascinates me. I am in awe of all the complex groupings of different words into sentences that all convey different feelings and ideas. It amazes me that by altering something so little you can change the subject so greatly. For me, as well as many other people, writing is a way to express my feelings to the world (or at least who I want to know them). Writing allows me to vent all of my feelings and frustrations with life and love in a healthy way. I prefer more of a free style of writing to a more strict style. I think my experiences throughout my life definitely shaped the “writer” I am today. Well, as far as I can remember I have been writing. Starting with spelling my name, later learning the alphabet, making sentences, and finally writing 10 page research papers. There are a few memorable experiences from that time span from about 5 years old to 20 years old that I would like to point out. I suppose the earliest good writing that I
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This essay was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Blah during the Spring '08 term at Art Institute.

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Paper1 - Sean Litchfield Robyn Artis ENG200 I Write Wicked...

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