Thursday, August 28, 2014

What Makes Good Writing


  • Read excerpt from The Garlic Ballads
  • Decide if you like it or not, and choose a passage that you particularly liked or disliked for plot or language.
  • Begin writing your criteria for good writing
  • Write a list of at least five items that need to be present for you to consider something well-written.  These can be related to literary analysis, but they do not have to be.
  • Bring in a one-page example of writing that resonates with you, that you like and that fits this particular list of criteria that you are making.

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