Yielding to Words: Process in Reflection and Writing
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The creative submission consists of three chapters from the novel, In Search of the Miraculous (originally titled Cry). The novel is about William George who cannot stop crying. A synopsis is provided in the appendices. In the creative reflection I consider the importance of process to writing, at the level of sentence and structure. Throughout the writing and reflection, mindfulness and the writing of Giles Deleuze emerge as major themes and influences. Reflection necessarily has to cease for the sake of submission, although it is something which will persist with the writing of In Search of the Miraculous. In that sense this dissertation is a document of method, of how a work in progress is undertaken. ‘The work acting as a kind of documentary…as a means of deducing the process from which it arose’ (Aira, 2013, no page numbers)
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