I knew it but you said it first. Don't be ashamed - that is how we learn and how most pedagogues teach! LOL!
This is a variation to Capt Pike's free association. Set a timer to either a half an hour or an hour. On a writing pad write everything that comes to mind on the subject you need to write on. Everything, just blurt it out, ungrammatical and no concern for spelling or propriety. After that hour, take a few hours break and then return to it. Look over wht you have written and some will look good and some will not. Start arranging your essay based on the thoughts you have written.
It is acutally Winston Churchill
It sounds like Henry James. But I'm guessing.
First, stay up really late, stay up all night if you can -- drink black coffee and smoke cigarettes (assuming this would be legal), then...
PERFORM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
1 .) Perform the same duties you normally would, only, doing as many things completely differently than you've ever done before. For example: alternate path to work or school. Do nothing the way you usually do if you can help it and it's safe.
2 .) Everything must be done backward. Bring food to bed at night to be consumed the next morning, BEFORE getting up and bathing. Mix it up.
start writing, don't stop to correct typos or word-o's -- free associate around your plot line.
Proofread something you've written.
Well he was creative and he was bold. If that translates into "balls" so be it.
Hey, an actual comment! Thanks!
Yes, I saw the movie first Mental, but admit, I prefer the book so much more. The poetic type imagery and descriptions are just off the chart. Frazier does an incredible job.
Its a poetic masterpiece of a novel. I truly loved both the movie and the book.
No help here--wanted to see the movie for Nicole Kidman but it's way on the backburner.
Absolutely fabulous... and I really find the contrasts, imagery, metaphor use, and Inman's character delightfully engaging.
Its a very interesting love story isn't it? All set to the Civil War. I imagine that there were many stories like that from World War II, or even Viet Nam.
That would be C.S. Lewis.
Guess I will answer my own questions. lol
Andave, you are right! Did you look that up? (wink)
Don Marquis. Who's he, I don't know but he said it. I like it though.