Blog Post #3

Dorothy Wordsworth and William Wordsworth both account the same experience under different literary works. Dorothy uses the prose form while William uses the poetry form. While the experience is the same, the writing illustrates different aspects of the experience. While Dorothy’s analysis is concrete, simple, and focused only on relaying the line of events and describing […]

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Blog Post #2

Writing alone is one of the most foundational and effective ways to accomplish a litany of things. To start, writing clears your head. Most nights, I get a solid 6-8 hours of rolling around, hot, then cold, then hot again, until I finally can rest and fall asleep. One night, when I couldn’t bear the racing thoughts boiling […]

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Writing 101 Entry #1

In this course, I hope to improve my technical writing skills while also finding ways to include my personal writing style and voice into professional and academic writing. For the latter, I feel that in academic settings I often will exclusively write in the style deemed appropriate for what I’m writing. For academic research papers, […]

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