"Don’t hate me for what I’m asking you to do next, but go back to high school English with me. Briefly, because high school is not a time any of us want to visit again for long. Do you remember reading George Orwell’s 1984? Did it scare the crap out of you? It did me, because Orwell and I ran on the same wavelength -- it wasn’t just a fun little scary story he shared around a campfire to spook his buddies;"
I waited to do the assignment until the afternoon before it was due—I had a little less than twelve hours to read through the poem, outline, and crank out a full draft. However, in complete disregard for my current actions, I wanted to wow the professor with an innovative and startling interpretation of Dickinson, something never before seen. Why bother with the obvious interpretation
"So, Friend, I get it. I am right there with you. I, your writing consultant, do not like writing any more than you do. I don't like writing any more than a dentist likes getting a root canal. It is not easy. Sometimes it hurts. But it’s one of those things that we have to do if we want to be better." ...
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