Week 2, Day 1 & 2 Notes
Week 2, Day 1 & 2 Notes 200D
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Robert Lee on Thursday January 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 200D at University of Washington taught by Janie Miller in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 85 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Creative Writing in Writing at University of Washington.
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Date Created: 01/15/15
Robert Lee January 15 2015 ProfessorJanie Miller Creative Writing Line Lengths Short ex One of Ted Cruzzer poem 0 Holding your breath quotshortened breathquot isn39t the average human39s breathing pace 0 Faster reading pace 0 12 beats per line 0 Average ex Robert Frost poems 0 Average lined length poem that is the same as an average human39s breathing pace 0 45 beats per line 0 Long ex Billy Collins s poem quotNostalgiaquot o 68 beats per line 0 quotBreathlessquot having to read onandon without having to take a breath o Slower read because you have to go to the left side to the other side of the paper or reading 0 Narrativelike poem a story Line Break I EndStopped Lines 0 Lines that end in punctuation Enjambment 0 Lines that wrap to the next line Caesura o Punctuation in the middle of a line Stanza II 0 Collection of lines Note If needing excellent examples of these line breaks look in the textbook quotCreative Writing Four Genres in Briefquot by David Starkey 2nCI Edition Example of Line Break 0 The stones on the bottom of a stream Golden as fr095 0 Why is quotstreamquot unique Most emphasis The long quotequot sound Lots of room on the right an ide o What to place in the quotbank blank blan blankquot area Appropriate words to place Nouns Verbs AdjectivesAdverbs Do NOT put words like 0 The And A Nice Or As Like Homework 1 Write an extensive metaphor poem quotPoem 2 Metaphor for the Imaginationquot a 16 or more lines b Focus on identifying the vehicle and tenor as you imagine your poem as you are in the process of developing it 2 Read Poem 2 and choose 1 poem to analyze
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