Week of First Drafts - Tuesday - Stream of Consciousness

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Re: Week of First Drafts - Tuesday - Stream of Consciousness

Post by ray miller » Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:04 am

Stuart, apologies accepted

Raine, I liked this bit "My truth, by all exterior indication, is middle of the road. But on the inside.." Clever. Do you need that last sentence?

Brian, I enjoyed it. bold fantasy and bold misanthropy in the first section is intentional or not?

Ros, liked it very much. Is this your hermit and monk phase?

bodkin, I think you've done this well, the narrative and the commentary alongside. Do you need those capitals?

Pauline, empathy! Thing that strikes me, as someone who rhymes a lot, is that straightforward rhyme is not too well suited to portraying stream of consciousness. So you've done pretty well, I think.

zoot, "are you a comfortable Casanova? I think you know the answer." Liked that and it's a good read, maybe could have been more concrete.
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Re: Week of First Drafts - Tuesday - Stream of Consciousness

Post by Ros » Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:49 am

brianedwards wrote:Of the exercises so far, this is the one I would most like to continue working on, so your comments are encouraging.

B.

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Yes, I think yours is def. worth pursing, Brian, though you are developing a disturbing talent for the yucky image!

Thanks, everyone, for the comments on mine - it's worked much better than I thought it would. That's the interesting thing about exercises - they lead to unexpected stuff.

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