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How to Use Analogies

I've written about how absolutely crucial the skill of observation is in writers. You need to be a giant walking eyeball as Emerson said, a vacuum that absorbs the world. You've got to use all of your senses to notice the eccentricities, the beauty and the ugliness of the world. (Read more »)

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