The Wind's Twelve Quarters Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Outline a fantasy story of your own, one that should end up no more than two thousand words long. Will you begin with an outline, a "brainstorming" page with notes expanding outwards from the center, or a list of free-associations? Make paragraph-long character studies, or small sketches of your characters. Does your story have a theme or a goal? Can you visualize where your story takes place better if you make a sketch map? Display all your materials on a bulletin board near a writing desk. Does the outline help you write your story?

2. Choose one of the stories from The Wind's Twelve Quarters and create a similar bulletin board display to the one described above. Will you outline the story in point form notes, a "brainstorming" page or a list of freeassociations? Make a few paragraphlong character studies or...

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