Lamott-King Response

Lamott-King Response - Christina Suarez January 15, 2008...

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Christina Suarez January 15, 2008 English 105 Marsom Lamott/King Response Anne Lamott and Stephen King’s readings work together because they both relate to the process of writing a good story, article, book, or whatever it is. The writer’s elaborate throughout their articles the importance of writing a first draft. They strongly believe that to achieve greatness that you need to write a first draft. Anne Lamott’s article focuses more on telling the audience that to write great, you have to have a shitty first draft. The first draft in her eyes is to be more like a child wrote it and that you should just let your emotions go wild, not limiting to what you write. Steven King’s excerpt is from his perspective of writing and how he had a great idea but didn’t like how the story progressed so threw the draft out. It was the doing of someone else to tell him/convince him to revise it but stay with the concept because it was good. Their works work together because counter balance the importance of not giving up on an idea that
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