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Free pronominal writing in eleven steps!
Writing in genre that each one decides: verse, narrative, etc.
Work with polyphony: more than three voices.
Let the voices relate and articulate graphically in a free way. Use of quotation marks, change of grammatical person.
You choose a character.Slide3
Do not lift the pen or hands from the paper.
Write that which first occurs in the mind or hands.Slide4
There is a moment of doubt between what comes to mind and writing. 2 seconds. Or sometimes the keyboard writes to the mind without intermediate time. If there is a dictation of 2 seconds, we can hesitate and try to construct another sentence. Go back to the first one. Follow the sentence syntactically completing the structures with the first thing that is happening to you.Slide5
Play between the preposterous and the coherent. Give us place for what has no apparent meaning. Let us not interpret.Slide6
Free pronominal writing in eleven steps!Slide7
1. Start a phrase with "Once ..."Slide8
Continue the text with the first word that comes to mind.Slide9
Complete the sentence syntactically correct with
. Let the second sentence have the personal pronoun “I” as the second word. Complete the sentence by speaking about the word “I”.Slide11
Begin a new paragraph. Write from another point of view. There is another voice that looks
at the first “I”
and tells you a
of writing and free content.Slide12
Begin a third paragraph. A third voice writes:
“The I is called
name. Write two lines about the character who is called
the same as you.Slide13
. In a fourth paragraph, a narrative voice writes in the third person a phrase that begins with your name and the verb
conjugated in the third person. For example: "John is ..." Complete freely.Slide14
. Freely write a paragraph retaking some of the aspects that arose in the previous writing.Slide15
. Begin a sentence by saying "I am ..." plus a free and spontaneous script of approximately three lines. Be completely carried away by what appears. What adjectives do they appear? Are there colors? Are there forms? Do you remember a grandfather? A pet? A friend? A memory of a particular time?Slide16
10. Write a phrase directed in the form of “you” to some of the voices or characters that have emerged previously or simply to all, or the character that bears your name.Slide17
Say goodbye to all voices and characters and close the
first person, from the perspective of the author.Slide18