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Word Painting: A Guide to Writing More Descriptively

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4 out of 5
Based on 197 Ratings and 83 Reviews

Book Description
Let Rebecca McClanahan guide you through an inspiring examination of description in its many forms. With her thoughtful instruction and engaging exercises, you'll learn to develop your senses and powers of observation to uncover the rich, evocative words that accurately portray your mind's images. McClanahan includes dozens of descriptive passages written by master poets and authors to illuminate ... More
Book Information
PublisherWriter's Digest Books
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages256
Publication Date08/15/2000
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About Rebecca Mcclanahan (Author) : Rebecca Mcclanahan is a published author. Published credits of Rebecca Mcclanahan include Word Painting: A Guide to Write More Descriptively.
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1/8/2010 William Emerich said: I just started glancing through this book. So far I've read The Child's Eye and The Dream Eye. McClanahan seems to be finding real connections between visual observation and descriptive writing. I am eager to continue reading.
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