Writing the Natural Way: Using Right-brain Techniques to Release Your Expressive Powers

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J.P. Tarcher, 1983 - Creative writing - 287 pages
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"A course in enhancing creativity and writing confidence. Using right-brain techniques to release your expressive powers: clustering, recurrence, re-vision, image and metaphor, creative tension, the trial web, language rhythm"--Dust jacket.

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I've read several writer's guides, but this one was the only one that inspired me to put pen to paper. It is full of fun, creative writing exercises. I filled a whole notebook going through the ... Read full review

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Contents

WRITING
9
CHAPTER
28
The Childhood Origins of Natural
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About the author (1983)

For twenty years, Gabriele Rico, Ph.D., has led workshops and lectured extensively on the creative process and the application of brain research to learning. A professor of English and creative arts at San Jose State University, she lives in Chicago.

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