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  • Título Original: On the Teaching of Creative Writing: Responses to a Series of Questions
  • Autor del libro: Wallace Stegner
  • ISBN: 978-0874518436
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:72
  • Realese fecha:1988-03-28
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One of America's finest writers talks about the difficulties, rewards, and importance of teaching creative writing. Wallace Stegner writes ". . . the language itself is an inheritance, a shared wealth. It may be played with, stretched, forced, bent; but I, as a writer or teacher, must never assume that it is mine. It is ours, the living core, as well as the instrument, of One of America's finest writers talks about the difficulties, rewards, and importance of teaching creative writing. Wallace Stegner writes ". . . the language itself is an inheritance, a shared wealth. It may be played with, stretched, forced, bent; but I, as a writer or teacher, must never assume that it is mine. It is ours, the living core, as well as the instrument, of the culture I derive from, resist, challenge, and-ultimately-serve... nobody can teach anyone else to have a talent. All a teacher can do is set high goals for students-or get them to set them for themselves-and, then, try to help them reach those goals". A half-century's wisdom on teaching and learning creative writing is distilled in this brief discussion by one of America's pre-eminent authors. Anyone who has taught or participated in a creative writing class will find Stegner's insights invaluable.