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- The Miss Dennis School of Writing: and Other Lessons from A Woman's Life
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The first section of the story is comparatively flat and matter-of-fact, shorter and somewhat staggered. She begins to understand her own writing style and actually take in the lessons that Miss Dennis teaches.
ISBN 13: 9780963124623
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The Miss Dennis School of Writing: and Other Lessons from A Woman's Life
Ben Fancy February 17, at pm Reply. She felt this was because her teacher, Miss Dennis, taught that good descriptive writing makes the reader see what the writer sees and because she made her students find their special one- of- a- kind voice.
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Steinbach described her teacher as a middle age, short lady with apricot color hair. She said she learned how to do great creative writing because Miss Dennis would make her students describe what they saw on the way to school.
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To be on the safe side, they all paid special attention to their surrounding on the way to school. Steinbach really respected Miss Dennis because she was very strict and she had a deep commitment to energizing the writer in every student. After they talked about Steinbach dad, they always had a connection between each other.
Shortly, they realized they liked the same poetry. Miss Dennis encouraged Steinbach to enter a writing contest; of course, she won.
When Steinbach left Miss Dennis class she received a poem book.