Kent Haruf's Essay: Blind Writing

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1) In Kent Haruf’s “To See Your Story Clearly, Start Pulling the Wool Over Your Own Eyes he speaks about his writing process and how he uses blind writing. If I started to blind write it would most definitely add to the amount of editing that I would have to do to complete the essay or paper that was being written. Although with the use of blind writing I would be able to get my ideas down onto the paper before I forgot it due to fixing a mistake that I found by looking back into the previously written sentences. Haruf also writes in length about his surrounding when he writes. He always writes in the same place with the same items around him. Using this practice might heighten my focus on what I am writing because of the minimal amount of distractions that would be in my surroundings. 2) In Carl Hiaasen’s “Real Life, That Bizarre and Brazen Plagiarist” Hiaasen uses the real…show more content…
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