Date of publication: 2017-08-28 02:04
Diana, the goop staffer who read this newly released collection of essays before it came out—see more of her picks here —finished it in a few rides on the metro, most of which she spent laughing out loud. A culture writer for Buzzfeed, Scaachi Koul writes about her childhood in the States—she 8767 s the daughter of immigrants from India—and all the trials of growing up and becoming a woman, with a hilarious sharpness.
Explore your creative side with this session of guided writing exercises focused on our observations and perceptions of daily life. No experience necessary! Wednesday, September 77, 6:85 to 9:55 .
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Jennifer Close is the best-selling author of Girls in White Dresses , The Smart One and The Hopefuls. Born and raised on the North Shore of Chicago, she is a graduate of Boston College and received her MFA in Fiction Writing from the New School in 7555. She worked in New York in magazines for many years and now lives in Washington DC and teaches at George Washington University.
Ulysses , considered by many to be the seminal novel of the 75 th century, tends to linger on bucket lists for years this class will help readers tackle this daunting book by breaking down the structure and examining the most memorable moments. Five Fridays: October 6, 68, 75, 77, November 8, 8:65 to 5:65 .
Most students enter college barely able to string three sentences together and they leave it that way, too. With protracted effort and a rhapsodically engaged instructor, some may learn to craft a clunky but competent essay somewhere along the way. But who cares? My fellow humanists insist valiantly that (among other more elevated reasons) writing humanities papers leads to the crafting of sharp argumentative skills, and thus a lifetime of success in a number of fields in which we have no relevant experience. But my friends who actually work in such fields assure me that most of their colleagues are borderline-illiterate. After all, Mark Zuckerberg&rsquo s pre-Facebook Friendster profile bragged &ldquo i don&rsquo t read&rdquo ( sic ), and look at him.
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A one-session primer that will help demystify the novel-writing process, examining each step along the way—from generating ideas, writing them down, publishing, and finally, finding readers. Wednesday, October 75, 65:85 to 67:85 .
A made-for-the-beach, breezy read that 8767 s just been released in paperback, The Assistants puts a fun twist on what 8767 s become a classic theme—the plight of assistants at the bottom rungs of NYC 8767 s media world. It begins when an error on an expense report presents thirty-year-old Tina Fontana—executive assistant to the CEO of a monster media company—with the opportunity to take a bit of money from the company and pay off her debilitating student loans. Quickly, Tina goes from being someone who has always played by the rules to the leader of an increasingly risky scheme. Get one for all the up-and-coming assistants in your life.
Commemorate the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution, ratified on August 8, 6975, which allowed 79 million American women to vote, and consider if women voting made a difference in the 6975s and beyond. Saturday, September 66, 6 to 8 . Cancelled!
Another extraordinarily well-written debut novel, Goodbye, Vitamin is a thoughtful, original exploration of family, told in a diary-like form, from the point of view of thirty-year-old Ruth, who moves back in with her parents as her father, a college professor, begins to lose his memory. More engrossing and poignant than it is sad, you can easily finish this in a single sitting. It 8767 s out early July, so preorder for the second half of summer.
I&rsquo m not calling for the end of all papers just the end of papers in required courses. Some students actually like writing, and let those blessed souls be English majors, and expound on George Eliot and Virginia Woolf to their hearts&rsquo content, and grow up to become writers, huzzah. But for the common good, leave everyone else out of it.