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Tuesday, 12 February 2013

suggesting a story through imagery

Describe each one of the images below in a separate short paragraph.   Try to imagine they are real, so that you can also hear, touch, smell, what they show.     Your descriptions must keep to the 'concrete', that is, what you can see, hear, touch, taste, smell, see.  No general comments or explanations

Arrange your descriptions in an order that suggests some kind of story.   But don't add any passages between them to create an explicit link.

Make any alterations you think are needed to the descriptions you've already done so as to bring out the story, that is the way in which they might be linked together in the imagination.  For example you might want to use the same movement or sound word at some point in each one.  Remember not to add any general comments or explanations.  Stick to what you can see, hear, smell, touch, see.

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