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Learning Writing from Professional Writers
Kim Ju-hyun  |
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승인 2010.11.06  11:23:41
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The College of Liberal Arts opened a six-week writing program, starting from Sept. 28. Renowned writers are invited to give lessons on various types of writings, ranging from poetries and novels to critiques. Every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Oesol Hall Room 106, different writers give lectures and instructions on their professional fields for two hours each. 25 students from the College of Liberal Arts who wanted to receive a professional training in writing signed up for this invaluable opportunity. Students receive one of the assigned writer's books a week before in order to discuss about it on Tuesday. They also have to submit their writings on Tuesday in order to receive correction on Thursday.
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