Writing from Life: Collecting and Connecting
In this imaginative resource book of writing activities, Part I offers 100 writing projects based on short quotations ranging from a sentence to a couple of short paragraphs. Part II is a thematically arranged collection of fifty-four readings that are referred to in the writing projects found in Part I. Part III is an introduction to each of the major organizational patterns used in writing.
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