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" ... awfully complicated but it is not complicated at all, it is just what happens. Any of you when you write you try to remember what you are about to write and you will see immediately how lifeless the writing becomes that is why expository writing is... "
How to Write
by Gertrude Stein - 1975 - 395 pages
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Modernist Montage: The Obscurity of Vision in Cinema and Literature

P. Adams Sitney - Performing Arts - 1990 - 250 pages
...for her, the most intense form of this simultaneity. In What are Master-pieces she declared flatly: "The minute your memory functions while you are doing...is not, it may be unwelcome but it is never dull. . . . This is what makes secondary writing, it is remembering, it is very curious you begin to write...
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Studies in American Literature: An Homage to Enrique García Díez ; Antonia ...

Antonia Sánchez Macarro - Comics & Graphic Novels - 1991 - 340 pages
...writing becomes that is why expository writing is so dull because it is all remembered, that is why illustration is so dull because you remember what...while you are doing anything it may be very popular bu t actually it is dull. And that is what a master-piece is not (here again make same substitution...
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Critifiction: Postmodern Essays

Raymond Federman - Biography & Autobiography - 1993 - 133 pages
...writing becomes that is why expository writing is so dull because it is all remembered, that is why illustration is so dull because you remember what...it is dull. And that is what a master-piece is not [here again make same substitution as before], it may be unwelcome but it is never dull. This brings...
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Whose Art is It?

Jane Kramer - Art - 1994 - 132 pages
...different theories of what makes a masterpiece a masterpiece, I take the phrase from Stein. She writes, "The minute your memory functions while you are doing...is not, it may be unwelcome but it is never dull" (1971, 152). Works Cited 34 Berman, Paul, ed. 1992. Debating PC: The Controversy Over Political Correctness...
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Gertrude Stein, Writer and Thinker

Claudia Franken - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 393 pages
...("How Writing Is Written" HWW 155). Stein found that "[t]he minute your memory functions while you arc doing anything it may be very popular but actually it is dull" (WAM 90). Therefore neither association, nor past perceptions which well up again in memory, but "observation...
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Modernism: An Anthology

Lawrence Rainey - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2005 - 1181 pages
...writing becomes that is why expository writing is so dull because it is all remembered, that is why illustration is so dull because you remember what...is not, it may be unwelcome but it is never dull. And so then why are there so few of them. There are so few of them because mostly people live in identity...
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