Amount of texts to »writing« 36, and there are 31 texts (86.11%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 199 Characters
Average Rating 2.667 points, 1 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 14th 2000, 05:01:17 wrote
Gary about writing
Latest text on Aug 5th 2007, 01:49:55 wrote
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on Dec 4th 2003, 19:42:34 wrote
ivy about writing

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Texts to »Writing«

rachel a b wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 01:32:07 about

writing

Rating: 13 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Introverts prefer to write out their feelings, while extroverts prefer to talk them out. Considering that many couples are intro/extrovert pairs, it's a wonder that any of us communicate effectively at all!

Charlotte Århus wrote on Feb 9th 2003, 14:45:59 about

writing

Rating: 10 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Writing is like getting married. One should never commit oneself until one is amazed at one's luck.

Murdoch, Iris (1919)
Irish-born British novelist. The Black Prince, `Bradley Pearson's Foreword', 1974

Joe wrote on Aug 17th 2004, 11:55:08 about

writing

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I cannot accept the doctrine that in poetry there is a »suspension of beliefA poet must never make a statement simply because it is sounds poetically exciting; he must also believe it to be true.

W. H. Auden (1907 – 1973)

Sarah wrote on May 26th 2002, 01:12:54 about

writing

Rating: 12 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Writing is weird.

You make these scratches on paper and they mean something to you. Maybe something very profound. Maybe a shopping list.

But to some, they would be just symbols, squiggles. Nothing. Meaningless.

When I write down my thoughts, they become much clearer to me. I can understand better what I am actually thinking and feeling when I write it all down.

People would argue much less if they had to stop and put their thoughts down, coherently, on paper before they opened their mouths.

mulatto wrote on Apr 19th 2001, 05:24:33 about

writing

Rating: 7 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Novels are to literature what panoramas are to art.

olgavolga wrote on Jul 6th 2001, 15:00:59 about

writing

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Consider and appreciate that the author will respond according to her base of experience. As a mechanic, I don't try to force the customer to see my tool. For every harvester there ia a different value. Part mine, part theirs – part truth, part religion. I like to leave commas, semicolons and bicycles open for many examinations and associations, allowing and encouraging the hunter to make the fish personal to them. The milkman is an active participant in my work. The consumer of good food feels part of an invitation to create what they are cooking. The painter of good trees presents combinations of images and thoughts designed to arrive, oddly familiar, as triggers into the idiosyncratic sub-terrain of an astronaut's thinking. Good manners is like trying to remember what the colour of onions frying reminds Martians of. Good sex, for me, is dreaming on the brink of deja vu, day after day.




Jean Smith wrote on Jul 5th 2001, 18:15:11 about

writing

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Consider and appreciate that the reader will respond according to their base of experience. As a writer, I don't try to force the reader to see my vision. For every reader there ia a different story. Part mine, part theirs – part truth, part fiction. I like to leave plots, themes and characters open for many examinations and associations, allowing and encouraging the reader to make the writing personal to them. The reader is an active participant in my work. The reader of good writing feels part of an invitation to create what they are reading. The writer of good writing presents combinations of images and thoughts designed to arrive, oddly familiar, as triggers into the idiosyncratic sub-terrain of a reader's thinking. Good writing is like trying to remember what the smell of onions frying reminds you of. Good writing, for me, is reading on the brink of deja vu, page after page.

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