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10 thoughts on “The Spirit of Writing: Classic and Contemporary Essays Celebrating the Writing Life (New Consciousness Reader)

  1. says:

    While there are some good essays in this collection by which I mean that I liked them , the majority of the essays were either pretentious or boring okay, and many were both I think the bias of the editor toward those who embody the mythic Great Writer is over represented in this collection It started to feel like anyone who wanted to write The Great American Novel was well, not someone you d like to have lunch with The blurb for the book says Here is a wealth of valuable insight on matters both practical and emotional but I found this book to be poor, not wealthy, and very lacking in insight for the most part There are glimpses, as I said A few essays here and there that seemed written from the soul instead of the ego but they are few Anyway, I d say, go ahead and skip this collection Wading through it to find the good bits was mostly a waste of time Alas.


  2. says:

    There were enough outstanding essays in this collection that made those which were run of the mill just fly by.A really outstanding collection.


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