Charlie Dixon is at a crossroads. Having been released from her teaching job mid-year, she decides to move back home with her grandmother, Sis, and plan her next move. 108 more words
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Having eyes, see ye not? and having ears, hear ye not? and do ye not remember?
Although there is no provision for political parties in the United States Constitution there has been a kind of tacit agreement amongst the liberal ruling elites that there shall be only two competing parties, both of which are liberal. 2,372 more words
The 'self-punishing' negative emotions that cause writer's block can only be cured with a change in routine
Edmund Bergler, a New York Freudian analyst, built a reputation in the 1940s by studying one of the heart-rending problems of literature. He called it “neurotic inhibition of productivity.” It’s usually called “writer’s block” but some prefer to say “blank page syndrome.” That third phrase suggests the terror, the inexplicable creepiness, of intending to write something while a totally white screen stares at you in disappointment. 832 more words