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CREATIVE WRITING / IMAGINATIVE WRITING
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Creative Writing / Imaginative Writing is any writing that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, or technical forms of literature, typically identified by an emphasis on narrative craft, character development, and the use of literary tropes or with various traditions of poetry and poetics. is any form of writing which is written with the creativity of mind: fiction writing, poetry writing, creative nonfiction writing and more. The purpose is to express something, whether it be feelings, thoughts, or emotions.
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T he best way to increase your proficiency in creative writing is to write, write compulsively, but it doesn’t just mean write whatever you want. There are certain things you should know first… it helps to start with the right foot. How to Get Started in Creative Writing in Just Three Steps Creative Writing vs. Technical Writing Fiction Writing 101: The Elements of Stories Poetry Writing: Forms and Terms Galore Creative Non-Fiction: What is it? Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Creative Writing Common Mistakes Made by Creative Writers
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TECHNICAL WRITING A writing having special and practical knowledge especially of a mechanical or scientific subject.
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SENSORY EXPERIENCE The apprehension of an object, thought, or emotion through the senses; active participation in events or activities, leading to the accumulation of knowledge or skill.
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LANGUAGE a) Imagery language that causes people to imagine pictures in their minds, picture or photograph. b) Figures of Speech also known as figurative language, it creates figures (pictures) in the mind of the reader or listener. These pictures help convey the meaning and more vividly than words alone. We use figures of speech in “figurative language” to add colour and interest, and awaken the imagination. Figurative language is everywhere, from classical works like Shakespeare’s and the Bible, to everyday speech, pop music, and television commercials. Figurative language means something different from what it says on the surface.
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c) Diction the selection of words in a literary work. A work’s diction forms one of its centrally important literary elements, as writers use words to convey action, reveal character, imply attitudes, identify themes, and suggest values. We can speak of the diction particular to a character, as in Iago’s and Desdemona’s very different ways of speaking in Othello. W e can also refer to a poet’s diction as represented over the body of his or her work, as in Donne’s or Hughe’s diction.
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READING & WRITING POETRY
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