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GUY DE MAUPASSANT
Having met the girl one evening, at the house of the ofce- -superint
200 ANN BEATTIE
The bowl was perfect. Perhaps it was not what youd select if you faced a shelf of
bowls, and net the sort of thing that would inevitably attract a lot of attention
at a crafts fair, yet it had'real presence. It Was as pre
In Brief: Writing 1
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stimulate ideas about stories. Not every
question is, of course, relevant to every story
In Brief: Writing about Poetry
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lfyou are going to write about a fairly short poem (say, under 50 lines), its not a