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|As Deborah Cameron states, knowing grammar is knowing how more than |
knowing what (Cameron, 1997, p236). If we advocate a more ... (Michael
Morpurgo) Writing is an act of faith, not a trick of grammar. (E. B. White) Then
|grammar as a mechanism, which enables us to convert semantics (what we |
mean) into utterances (what we say or write). ... until he discards the dulcet notion
that the reader is feeble-minded; for writing is an act of faith, not a trick of
|But do not forget that what may seem like pioneering may be merely evasion, or |
laziness — the disinclination to submit to discipline ... of composition, for, as an
elderly practitioner once remarked, "Writing is an act of faith, not a trick of
|—Mencken I write fast because I have not the brains to write slow. -Georges |
Simenon Writing is the hardest way of earning a living, with the possible
exception of wrestling alligators. -Olin Miller Writing is an act of faith, not a trick of
|DEVELOPING STYLE Writing is a slow laborious process. Style is not developed |
overnight. The beginner may help himself by modelling his work after that of a
writer he likes. ... Someone said, "Writing is an act of faith, not a trick of grammar.
|Wesley, John Good writing is clear thinking made visible. -Wheeler, Bill Writing is |
an act of faith, not a trick of grammar. - White, Elwyn Brooks In a sense the world
dies every time a writer dies, because, if he is any good, he has been a wet ...
|“Writing is an act of faith, not a trick of grammar.” —E. B. White Katie lacks |
structure in her life at school and at home. Her backpack is a messy, overflowing
satchel of smudged and wrinkled papers stuffed together. The contents spill out
|Style takes its final shape more from attitudes of mind than from principles of |
composition, for, as an elderly practitioner once remarked, “Writing is an act of
faith, not a trick of grammar.” This moral observation would have no place in a
|Read and think: It is my belief that no writer can improve his work until he |
discards the dulcet notion that the reader is feebleminded, for writing is an act of
faith, not a trick of grammar. . .a writer who questions the capacity of the person at
|50 Essential Strategies for Every Writer Roy Peter Clark ... It is true that, because |
of the immense weight of the impediments he is carrying, Browne's writing can be
held back by ... “Writing is an act of faith,” wrote White, “not a trick of grammar.
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