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Revision or no revision? What is the best way to teach writing? This book will help you become a better writer, whether you are a teacher or a learner, or both. Revision? Romantics made resisting revision a virtue. The best literature, they believed, flowed from spontaneous and organic creative acts. “I am like the tyger (in poesy),” Lord Byron wrote in a letter. “If I miss my first spring—I go growling back to my Jungle. There is no second. I can’t correct.” The Modernists wanted to produce avant-garde literature—literature that was less spontaneous and enthusiastic than it was startling and enigmatic. In an interview with the Paris Review, Hemingway famously described his “principle of the iceberg”: “There is seven-eighths of it under the water for every part that shows. Anything you know you can eliminate and it only strengthens your iceberg.”
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Thomas Baker is the Past President of TESOL Chile (2010 – 2011). He is the founder and organizer of Edcamp Chile. He is a past member of the Advisory Board for the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association. He is the head of the English Department at Colegio Dunalastair, a bilingual school (Spanish – English) located in Chicureo (Valle Norte), which is approximately 20 km outside of Santiago, Chile.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1514167476