Five Writing Tips from Bradbury, King, Lewis, White and Hemingway

Originally written for the opinions section of The Chimes, it was moved over to the Arts and Entertainment (A&E) section for the print version of The Chimes. However, I have come to find out it was posted online back in the Opinions section of The Chimes. Whichever this article is properly classified under,  it was … Continue reading Five Writing Tips from Bradbury, King, Lewis, White and Hemingway

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Types of Introductions by C.S. Lewis

The hardest parts of a paper to write are the conclusions and the introductions. To help his students, Dr. Clay Jones provides a series of introduction types that C.S. Lewis used throughout his works. Below provides several examples of the many angles a writer may choose to begin a paper.           Thesis … Continue reading Types of Introductions by C.S. Lewis