Free pronominal writing in eleven steps!

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Free pronominal writing in eleven steps!

Martín

Glozman

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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.

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Do not lift the pen or hands from the paper.

Write that which first occurs in the mind or hands.

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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.

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Play between the preposterous and the coherent. Give us place for what has no apparent meaning. Let us not interpret.

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Free pronominal writing in eleven steps!

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1. Start a phrase with "Once ..."

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2.

Continue the text with the first word that comes to mind.

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3.

Complete the sentence syntactically correct with

autobiographical

content information.

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. Let the second sentence have the personal pronoun “I” as the second word. Complete the sentence by speaking about the word “I”.

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5.

Begin a new paragraph. Write from another point of view. There is another voice that looks

at the first “I”

and tells you a

sentence

of writing and free content.

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Begin a third paragraph. A third voice writes:

“The I is called

..." plus

your

name. Write two lines about the character who is called

the same as you.

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. In a fourth paragraph, a narrative voice writes in the third person a phrase that begins with your name and the verb

to be

conjugated in the third person. For example: "John is ..." Complete freely.

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. Freely write a paragraph retaking some of the aspects that arose in the previous writing.

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. 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?

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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.

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11.

Say goodbye to all voices and characters and close the

text, in

first person, from the perspective of the author.

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