MHR 441 9.19 class notes

MHR 441 9.19 class notes - WritingWithPower 20:31 Creating...

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Writing With Power 20:31 Chapter 1 – An approach to writing Three themes that run through this book A view of the writing process Creating Criticizing An assumption that virtually everyone has available great skill with words. Everyone can speak with clarity and power A strategic decision about how best to solve the following problem: on one hand I think you  should take complete charge of yourself as you write, yet on the other hand I think you should  follow this books directions.   A two-step writing process  Creative writing and the other kind Chapter 2 – Freewriting  Freewriting is the easiest way to get words on paper and the best all around practice in writing. Benefits of freewriting Makes writing easier by helping you with the root psychological or existential difficulty in writing:  finding words in your head and putting them down on a blank piece of paper. Freewriting is the best way to learn to separate the producing process from the revising process.
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2012 for the course MHR 441 taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '12 term at University of Wisconsin.

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MHR 441 9.19 class notes - WritingWithPower 20:31 Creating...

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