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Sylvia Plath on “Writing” “Let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences.” Writers always have a way with words and a way to linger on in this world for longer than their mortal lifespan allows them to. They live a thousand lives and travel across the world unrestricted by the confines of terrestrial boundaries. How incredible it is to spin tales from your thoughts and use your voice to become a completely…

One of the most important aspects of fostering a passion for reading is the reader’s ability to choose books that intrigue them. Classics have stood the test of time and criticism because they yielded important learning opportunities, diverse (and, at times, difficult) insights, graceful prose, and a portrayal of basic principles unmatched by any other books. This is not to suggest that classics are somewhat ‘superior’ to contemporary works, classics are unique in their own…

What is creative writing? Information is the fundamental component of all discourse, no wonder what type. Even creative writing does express information, just as insightful prose, expositions, or directions do. So is there a difference between creative and non-creative writing? Before answering this question, one should know what is creative writing. The term “creative” can be understood in a variety of ways. The following are a few examples of descriptions: “the potential to construct”, “explorative”,…