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My Book Report—By Paul Godden, Aged 48¼

Annie Dillard’s The Writing Life (1990) provided a little more than 100 pages of essays, forming a montage of her interpretation of writers and writing. Dillard’s style was clearly illustrated, from her opening paragraphs: 907 more words

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Writing Project Workshop: Revising and Editing for Rhetorical Effect

Rhetoric in an essay, we have seen, is not simply a matter of the product. Rather, writers build and develop the rhetoric–the ways that the essay organizes and focuses the attention of the reader–in the process of drafting, revising, editing their work. 217 more words


Dillard University Commencement Speaker Denzel Washington Highlighted on Essence Website

The Dillard University National Alumni Association (DUNAA) would like to send a special thank you and shout out to Essence website for posting the news that Denzel Washington will grace the beautiful campus of Dillard University for the Class of 2015 graduation. 49 more words

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The Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture Presents “The Story of Creole Cooking”

Calling all Dillard University Alumni please come out and support the 1st annual conference and workshop of the Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture. 440 more words

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Magnetic Sponsoring by Mike Dillard - Here's My Review - MLM | Network Marketing Works

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Dillard: Exploring the Human Response

Dillard’s essays take place all over the world, from the Napo River in the Ecuadorian jungle to the Galapagos Islands. She provides a setting for her text and gives the reader the ability to see what she has, which contrasts greatly with Emerson and Montaigne’s abstract thoughts. 590 more words

Galapagos Heptagram

Galapagos Heptagram
July 2013
Michael Gollin


Ruin and death rule the Galapagos.
Animal vegetable land surf and sky.
Life begets life as everything flows. 1,407 more words