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Intertextual Study - Writer's StatementThe Turning by Tim Winton
TABLE OF CONTENTSWRITER'S STATEMENT..............................................................................................................1NEW CHAPTER: A DIFFICULT EXPERIENCE WITH LIFE....................................................1REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
WRITER'S STATEMENTCREATIVE DECISIONS IN THE PROCESS OF WRITINGCreative writing is just like an art – the art of making up the things. The writing should bedone is such a way that it will attract the audience, whether they are technical or non-technical.The language used is this story is very easy and understandable. The reader can easilyunderstand what is going on. The story is very well structured and the format is containing all therelevant information regarding the story. The point of view of this is to tell about the lifeproblems Vic is facing in the absence of his father. This narration suggest that running fromthings will not solve the problem. One have to face the problem and make efforts to solve that.The reason for choosing this form is to understand the feelings and emotions of a personwhen he is alone. Both the chosen texts is having a relationship with each other and that ispeculiar habits, addiction from the things and places and social anxieties. The new text containsthe same understanding as it is having in Long, Clear, View. Both the character’s has lostsomeone who is very close to their heart and they are not able to cope up from this situation. Thechallenges faced in the new texts are similar to the original one, because both are running fromthe problem of life, trying to find out the solution without facing the problem. The ideas shared bby both the texts are almost equivalent to each other. They changed their living places but stillfinding themselves in the same situation. Both have to face those challenges, then only they willbe able to over come such emotional situation.NEW CHAPTER: A DIFFICULT EXPERIENCE WITH LIFELooking out at the sea, wondering what my life was like and what it would be like. I had justcome back from Tasmania after my holiday was over. Arriving at Sydney was something I hadanticipated as I would meet again my friend Harvey. Looking back, Harvey had been one of my bestfriends, "Hey, do you want to take a stroll down in the Harvey’s mansion?" she would frequently ask,of course, I loved visiting the Harvey’s estate. I also enjoyed her company even more, and my answerwas a definite yes. She paddled out excitedly as we headed to her house. Harvey was in her early 20’snow, tall, beautiful in her way with long brown and shiny hair, friendly and very caring. Harvey waseager to hear my side of the story about Tasmania as we walked down the beach.Harvey: So tell me then, what do you think of Tasmania?1
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