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by Barry Lane
Author: Barry Lane
Publisher: Writers Digest Books; 1st edition (August 1, 1993)
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Enter into a written journey of self-exploration.
Enter into a written journey of self-exploration. With scores of inspiring exercises and motivating examples author Barry Lane leads the reader through the three "r"s of writing: Remembering: digging up old stories. Reframing: questioning and re-seeing the past. Re-experiencing: reliving old stories with new eyes If you've every felt your writing could be a highway to insight. In 25 years of teaching writing I have never seen a book as useful as this one. It's chock full of practical ideas for finding your stories-enough good ideas to write for a lifetime. Writing As A Road To Self-Discovery. 0965657426 (ISBN13: 9780965657426). Re-experiencing: reliving old stories with new eyes If you've every felt your writing could be a highway to Enter into a written journey of self-exploration. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.
Writing as a road to self-discovery, Writers Digest Books.
This book directs the individual reader to self-expression and discovery through writing techniques. The book can help an individual to grow, challenging him or her to use writing as a "way of both looking inward and reaching out, to help create-and serve-this new world. The book presents a series of writing exercises that helps a person explore his or her past, present, and future. A glossary of writing techniques and an annotated bibliography of books for further exploration conclude the book. Descriptors: Individual Development, Memory, Personal Narratives, Personal Writing, Self Concept, Self Expression, Writing Exercises, Writing Strategies.
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Even "the smallest detail," says Barry Lane, "can open up a new way of seeing the subject" ( Writing as a Road to Self-Discovery ). Examples of Supporting Details in Paragraphs. Good writers provide sufficient details such as examples, facts, quotations, and definitions to support their ideas. Writers use this information, known as supporting detail, to explain, clarify, or illustrate their main points. Without such specific material, a writer's ideas remain abstract and unconvincing. Experienced writers try, whenever possible, to show rather than simply tell their readers what their ideas mean.