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Draw a picture of how you think (not what you think). What image or images would best represent your thinking processes? Compare your picture with others in your class and discuss differences and similarities.

Set aside a particular time at the end of each day to meditate on your thinking. Reflect on what subjects have occupied your mind for the day and describe these subjects and your responses to them in a notebook. At the end of two weeks, read through your entries and write a short essay describing any patterns you might see in your descriptions.

In groups, discuss the differences between the brain and the mind. What points, if any, does the class agree on and how do you account for any disagreements?

Some critics note similarities between Graham's poetry and that of John Ashbery and James Tate. After reading a few poems from...

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