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Take a Walk on the Wild Side and Write about it. Walking will bethe trigger and shaping force for your writing. The rhythm,sound, and feeling of each of your walks will define and shapethe rhythm, sound, feeling and mind of your stories, poems,essays and journal entries. Your writing will enter newterritories, hiking over tricky terrain, stumbling, getting lostin dense woods, winding into unknown neighborhoods, stopping infront of shop windows, weaving around other walkers, picking up asnack in the bakery or deli, and eventually finding a way back, astopping point.

Section: ENG-308-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Jeffrey H Friedman
Days: MW
Times: 12:00PM‑1:45PM (MW)
Start/End Date: 08/24/20 - 12/05/20
Instruction Method: Online Course
Comments: Take a Walk on the Wild Side and Write about it. Walking will bethe trigger and shaping force for your writing. The rhythm,sound, and feeling of each of your walks will define and shapethe rhythm, sound, feeling and mind of your stories, poems,essays and journal entries. Your writing will enter newterritories, hiking over tricky terrain, stumbling, getting lostin dense woods, winding into unknown neighborhoods, stopping infront of shop windows, weaving around other walkers, picking up asnack in the bakery or deli, and eventually finding a way back, astopping point.

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