Free Essays on Imaginative Writing

  1. 3 STRAND ASSESSMENT SHEET Travel Writing Assessment Formal Letter

    YEAR 9 WRITING ASSESSMENT Travel Writing – formal letter Task: To write a formal letter of complaint. You need to show that you can: Compose a text...

  2. IMAGINATIVE LANDSCAPE ISLAND

    The Imaginative Landscape HOW TO USE THE TEXT IN YOUR WRITING USE OF TEXT  The texts are a way in to thought  You must be flexible – you need to have two texts prepared but it is better to use one in your answer  There needs to be a clear relationship between the answer and the text specified...

  3. Style of Writing

    me due their style of writing, choice of words, paramount of symbolism, sense of irony, use of color, etc… but no two authors have caught my attention more than Nathaniel Hawthorne and Shirley Jackson. These two authors are completely different in every way including their writing styles! Both of these...

  4. Writing a Business Proposal for Archie Leach Tours

    Writing a business proposal Assignment You work for Archie Leach tours and have been asked by the management team to draft a proposal (approximately 2000 words) for a new product based on one type of culinary tourism or slow travel or experimental tourism. The organization is currently analyzing trends...

  5. The Imaginative Mind

    talking about one of her childhood recollections involving a piano lesson at the age of seven, but in the end, the short memoir turns into an imaginative piece of writing. As she transcribes, details are mistakenly added in. The memory actually comes from her own creation instead of facts as they are supposed...

  6. Writing a Descriptive Paragraph

    Writing A Descriptive Paragraph When you write a descriptive paragraph, you need to try to paint a word picture, so the reader receives a clear impression of what you are trying to portray. The writer uses all five senses in his word pictures. He uses sound, tastes, smells, feelings, and sights...

  7. University of Cambridge: General Certificate of Education Advanced Subsidiary Level and Advanced Level Question Paper

    Narrative/Descriptive/Imaginative Writing 1 Write a descriptive piece called The Lost World. In your writing create an atmosphere of decay and isolation. 2 ‘She read the text message on her phone. She paused, gasped, and took a very deep breath…’ Continue the story. In your writing bring out a sense...

  8. A Summary of "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

    and place that the events of the story unfold. While no specific period of time is mentioned, evidence through character’s speech and the narrator’s writing makes it seem to be in the late eighteen hundreds to early nineteen hundreds. The narrator and her husband move into a house for the summer which the...

  9. J.R.R. Tolkien's Way of Writing

    Ronald Reuel Tolkien. J.R.R. Tolkien’s way of writing truly inspired readers along with other authors. His way of writing mystified the readers and made them feel as if they were in the story. J.R.R. Tolkien’s background has contributed to the uniquely imaginative style found in his famous works of literature...

  10. Emil

    astonishingly short. · If you want to reach a world audience, write in English: In science, as in literature, a person writing in a minor language has a better chance of publication than one writing in a major tongue, but will necessarily have a much smaller chance of translation and international recognition...

  11. Literature Analysis : the Postmaster; Castaway.

    University of Oxford held a special convocation in Calcutta in 1940 to honour him with the Doctor of Letters, honoris causa degree. His philosophy and writings were extremely important elements in the renaissance of Bengal and India at large in the early twentieth century and shaped the Bengali literature...

  12. The Standardization of English

    anything like it in Greece today! In my own life, I have noticed that my three young children have already begun to use rhyming and slang within their writings at school, since moving to the United Kingdom. It’s really marvelous to watch them express themselves with such imagination. Initially, I used...

  13. The Works of Poet Carl Sandburg and His Effect on American Poetry

    (Rogers 19) Therefore, he felt he wanted to share his fascination with the people he enjoyed writing about. Carl Sandburg is so greatly remembered because his writing was considerably different from the writing of his contemporaries. He let his mind travel, and be free. His works included the use of...

  14. Poetry of the Psalms

    book of Psalms. These authors “were imaginative, creative, lovers of poetry as well as lovers of God, and people who regarded the artistry of their poems as something important” (Ryken, Literature of Bible 122). They were not ignorant to the fact that they were writing poetry and, in fact, they were interested...

  15. Imaginative SAC 2015

    YEAR 11 ENGLISH SAC Creating and Presenting: Imaginative Writing Semester One 2015 This SAC will be held over 2 lessons, as scheduled by your teacher. You must select one of the prompts provided below. You may bring in a brief outline or plan of your writing (~50 words). You are not permitted to bring...

  16. Wilfred Owen World of Poetry Essay

    ideas on the horror of war; these poems are named “Dulce Et Decorum Est”, “Anthem of the Doomed Youth” and “Disabled”. He has used an abundance of imaginative and effective techniques such as imagery symbolism alliteration onomatopoeia and much more to lure the reader into his poems featuring misfortune...

  17. Romantic Literature Research Essay

    This revolution is called the Romantic Movement or Romanticism. Romanticism is literature, art, music, and drama that depict emotional matter in an imaginative state (Fitzpatrick 1). Romanticism in literature started in 1798, when William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote the first edition of...

  18. Bathing in a borrowed suit

    Writing Handout E-7: Descriptive Essay Structuring a Descriptive Essay A descriptive essay simply describes something or someone by appealing to the reader’s senses: sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Here are the basic steps to writing an effective descriptive essay: 1. Select a subject ...

  19. Rubric

    Imaginative (Short Story) Writing Rubric The Assignment: Write an imaginative story to enlighten and entertain through characterization and theme! The story should be fiction (made up). Your setting and characters can be completely imaginary or modeled after places and people you know. The final...

  20. planing for assignment

    You can do this by writing a succinct account (or paraphrasing), keeping quotes to a minimum, addressing what the author of the reading seems to mean. You are encouraged to write in the first person in order to emphasise the interpretive nature of your comments. In your writing please disclose your...

  21. An imaginative journey leaning self reflection. involves the two texts "This Lime Tree Bower My Prison" by Coleridge and the front page of the mercury weekender "journey to the unknown"

    An imaginative journey can be a way of expression to escape the confines of reality in order to create a frame of mind that could not otherwise be described within the limitations of the responders life experiences. Instead, taking an individual on a journey that does not physically involve the human...

  22. The Red Room Essay

    goes to spend a night in the feared red room. H.G Wells uses a number of different techniques to create and sustain tension throughout his writing, for example writing the story in first person. In this essay I will try to explore these techniques and explain them. The title is the first technique noticed...

  23. How Does Dickens Portray Life as Hard in Victorian Times in the Opening Chapters of Great Expectations?

    Dickens portray life as hard in Victorian times in the opening chapters of Great Expectations? Charles Dickens, born in 1812, has been well known for writing about the social injustices of the Victorian era to bring an awareness of the conditions of the working classes to the wider public, and in providing...

  24. Report on David A. Kolb's model

    dominant with the divergence and has a strong concrete experimentation and reflective observation skills. This type of person is innovative and imaginative and is going to love to work in groups. They are people-oriented, feeling-oriented and group-oriented. They do care about the diversity of culture...

  25. 8693 W10 Qp 22

    for each composition. Section A: Narrative/Descriptive/Imaginative Writing 1 Write two contrasting pieces (between 300–450 words each), the first about a place before a flood and the second about the same place after a flood. In your writing create a sense of mood and place. 2 Write the opening...

  26. Huckleberry Finn 3

    is written is merely fluid prejudice." There are many other instances in which Twain uses prejudice as a foundation for the entertainment of his writings. Even in the opening paragraph of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Twain states, "Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be...

  27. Imaginative Journeys

    composers convey several aspects of imaginative journeys. Specifically, this is done through poetic, visual and cinematic techniques. A prominent notion in Coleridge’s “This Lime Tree Bower My Prison”, Shaun Tan’s “The Red Tree” and David Fincher’s “Fight Club” is that imaginative journeys may transcend physical...

  28. Sticks and Stones Make Break My Bones, but Words Will Never Hurt Me.

    wants good readers to become good writers. Cavitch believes we have to read intellectually, imaginative, and analytically to get a clear perception and firm emotional response. Reading and writing are acquired abilities that no one is born with. The basic premise of analysis is that style...

  29. Show How “Kubla Khan” and “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” Create Imaginative Effects, Rather Than Specific Themes and Meaning. Describe Your Response to the Poems and Explain How the Writers Create It.

    “Kubla Khan” and “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” create imaginative effects, rather than specific themes and meaning. Describe your response to the poems and explain how the writers create it. Both John Keats and Samuel Taylor Coleridge create strong imaginative effects, which in turn overshadows the specific...

  30. Literature of the Holocaust

    documentaries, articles, or poetry. Literature can be creative and/or imaginative. From a historical point of view, the narrator may use literary elements to understand historical events. This can be found in the selection from Dr. Paul Licata’s Writings on the Wall. Another form of literature is found in Night...

  31. Writing

    Get it Write! Exercise your first grader's writing muscles! These activities put a fun spin on writing and grammar practice. Table of Contents Write Pen Pal Postcards Start a Personal Post Office Dictionary Treasure Hunt Write a Story From an Ant's Perspective Sight Word Jenga Write a Mixed Up Story...

  32. Ruskin Bond (Hindi: रस्किन बोंड, Born 19 May 1934)

    inLandour since the 1960s, having previously also lived, as a child and young man, in Shimla, Jamnagar, Mussoorie, Dehradun, and London. Most of his writings show a strong influence from the social life in the hill stations at the foothills of the Himalayas, where he spent his childhood. His first novel...

  33. Difference Between News Writing of Tv, Radio and Newspaper

    Writing a script for a radio news package Keep it short and simple Radio journalists need to be able to pick the best newsworthy audio clips and write clear and informative scripts introducing the material they have collected. The script is what makes sense of the sounds. It is the framework for...

  34. Miller

    writer‟s uses of language and/or structure and/or form and effects on readers/audience 6.5 Convincing/imaginative interpretation of ideas/themes Information is presented clearly and accurately. Writing is fluent and focused. Syntax and spelling are used with a high degree of accuracy.6.1 Insightful exploratory...

  35. A Time of Change

    Time of Change I can’t think of a time in my life when reading didn’t play a big role in my life. But it was only recently that I began to enjoy writing. English and literature were always my strong point throughout my time in school. I excelled there where I lacked in other areas such as math and more...

  36. Acquiring and Developing Language and iteracy

    acquisition and the steps, which children take to acquire them. It will then discuss the roles of the four strands of literacy education, reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as drama and role play across educational phases. It will go on to discuss the role of assessment for learning which...

  37. Lun Kabab

    a mythic, exotic land where black identity was rooted, but instead as a land ravaged by Western imperialism, a symbol of lost roots. In his later writing, Hughes steered away from images of African primitivism, for he saw such depictions of African and African-American culture as impeding rather than...

  38. Definition of Literature

    plot. Literary works are primarily distinguishable from other pieces of writing by their creative or artistic intent, as the noted critic Harold Bloom has stated, “Aesthetic criticism returns us to the autonomy of imaginative literature and the sovereignty of the solitary soul, the reader not as a person...

  39. The History of English Literature

    Thus, Raymond Williams defines literature at this period as “well-written books of an imaginative, creative, aesthetic, or artistic kind.” Literature is now defined as having cultural and artistic value, as writing that transcends historical circumstance or market realities. This is largely the legacy...

  40. In the Lake of the Woods

    disturbance from Vietnam. He is a man of hidden realities; the hidden depths of the lake are metaphors of these. Section B: imaginative landscape- Island. The Imaginative Landscape in Island Landscape is never neutral. In real life, people bring their own knowledge, experience and emotions to their...

  41. imaginative journey

    surroundings, life and persona. It is an essential tool towards the process of growth. The imaginative journey challenges the concept of reality prompting a different world a vivid ingenuity, a new state of mind. The imaginative journey allows contemplation, this succours the individual to distinguish their faults;...

  42. Tourism

    Section A and one question from Section B. You should write between 600 and 900 words for each composition. Section A: Narrative/Descriptive/Imaginative Writing 1 Write two pieces (between 300–450 words each) that contrast with each other: the first about a salesperson at the start of her or his career...

  43. Personal Imaganitive

    Personal Imaginative Creative Writing She always did the same thing, every day the same routine, I was in all her classes through junior school and never did she speak one word, her eyes were fixed, her skin was like pure white paper and she never smiled, her clothes were always creased and dirty...

  44. the death of minor

    Year 10 GCSE English Language CCA – Narrative Writing After half term, Year 10 will be doing their first Controlled Conditions assignment in English lessons. This is a 1 hour assignment for GCSE English Language. It requires students to write a piece of narrative ( a fictional story or autobiographical...

  45. Anthony Browne's Zoo

    of the faces of his characters indeterminate. Graham (1990) argues that this enables the child reader to project their own persona into them. The imaginative realisation of the text may then be realised. This illustrative technique appears prominently in Browne’s depiction of the Orang-utan. The reader...

  46. Sats

    task your grammar, punctuation and vocabulary will be tested in an extended piece of writing. Your focus in this task should be on the range of sentence structures and punctuation marks you use to control your writing. Spelling will not be assessed in this task. You should try to use a wide range of ambitious...

  47. Imaginative Writing-the Cosy Bench

    Imaginative Writing The cosy bench. I tried to open my weary bloodshot eyes and rubbed them with my soiled and viscous hands. Ooh, they were sore although a mischievous little pixie had been poking them with his favourite pointy stick. Ooh painful. ...

  48. Womens Influence on Hawthornes Writings

    connection to his mother. During this time, "he communicated with his mother and sisters through highly imaginative writings" (Ponder). His sister Ebe was supportive and even helped with his ideas for his writings. She became his first female audience. His extended family was composed of intellectual and very...

  49. Writing and Personal Response

    Four types of essay: expository, persuasive, analytical, argumentative For our academic writing purposes we will focus on four types of essay.  1) The expository essay   What is it? This is a writer’s explanation of a short theme, idea or issue. The key here is that you are explaining an issue...

  50. Planning a Response

    Writing in Context provides you with the opportunity to explore a variety of writing styles. In approaching the task, you are to write in an expository, persuasive and imaginative style. Within each style of writing there is a wide range of forms. This page explains the three different styles and different...

  51. John Steinbeck

    of Wrath. In all, Steinbeck wrote 25 books, which included 16 novels, six non-fiction books, and many other works. Even though he died in 1968, his writings are still relevant, and studied, today. John Steinbeck III was born in Salinas, California, on February 27, 1902. His father was the county...

  52. The Sword in the Stone

    setting to a life filled with imaginary creatures, spells and magic. This story is told with third person narrative, the writer uses ample writing styles, writing mainly in the third person, to delve into and explain the character’s actions and feelings. For example, the author uses the issue of the goshawk...

  53. Gothic Genre Context

    Wordsworth, Lord Byron and John Keats. These writers influenced literature throughout the nineteenth century. The Brontës were also familiar with the writings of these British Romantic poets. Romance is a term with many meanings. In the Middle Ages, a romance was a tale in prose or poetry dealing with...

  54. Imaginative Journeys ‘This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison’

    Imaginative journeys are as important as any other journey in their potential to teach. Journeys act as a method for self knowledge - helping all to achieve a state of appreciation for one's own potential as a person. Imaginative journeys broaden ones understanding of oneself and the world. All journeys...

  55. Does John Bunyan’s “Pilgrim’s Progress” have hidden biblical messages?

    if anything, even more humble than the bard. (Heydt 2006, 47) John Bunyan’s personal struggles with faith and godliness inspired this vivid and imaginative tale of a pilgrim’s epic trek towards a distant promised land. (Heydt 2006, 47) Many people label this story an allegory, which is defined as a representation...

  56. Academic Writing

    there will be no specific time limitations, but you are strongly encouraged to take your time when delivering the speech. Points on the delivery and writing of the speech will be covered in class on several occasions so there will be plenty of opportunities for guidance. Deadline date for submission:...

  57. The qualities which distinguish literary writing from other writing

    The qualities which distinguish literary writing from other writing The term 'literary writing' calls to mind works by writers such as Shakespeare, Milton, or Wordsworth; definitive examples of all that the term implies. We instinctively associate the term with characteristics such as artistic merit...

  58. Creative Writing Aptitude

    Being a writer is someone who uses writing on a regular basis. You have to be a writer before you can be a good writer. It's about being good or at least good enough. But students don't see themselves as writers at all because they have been structurally defined as deficient. This means that a student...

  59. The Correspondences of Charlotte Bronte

    would not conform to the traditional Victorian society (Harris 42). Due to unhappiness of being a governess at Roe Head and hoping to make her imaginative writing her occupation, she wrote to Robert Southey (“Charlotte Brontë” 4). She asked his opinion regarding her poems merit. Southey replies to Brontë...

  60. Nice

    45 Narrative Prompts Imaginative/Fictional Narrative 1. Suppose you had invented a time machine. Write a story about what you did with it. 2. Write a story about trading places with your favorite TV, movie, or rock star. 3. One day a spaceship lands on the playground of your school... 4...