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Liz1911

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During generative writing, new ideas are: often generated by events happening around the writer generally discouraged often drawn from other writers' ideas largely ignored; they will occur later in the process

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    often generated by events happening around the writer ----------------------------------------- If I helped please click "Best Response"

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    Thank you! :D

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    anytime lemonlime

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