It’s very interesting to see how objects are projected, and used as a vital skill in writing. I can clearly see the benefits- and how useful it will be in developing and creating good writing skills. I have always struggled with my thoughts. For example, When learning to write papers and essays, I was encouraged to use one particular format, which was not completely bad . But it limited my imaginary skills. In my opinion this put limits on my input.
In the article “Style as evidence” he pointed out that “Objects can mean different things to individuals at different times and ages”. I totally agree. At some point in my life I felt more attached to objects. However, at this point I’m more interested in health and all the things that money can’t buy,
However, I do agree that using objects to describe: or create ideas. will work well. I also feel that this style of writing should be implemented when teaching basic writing skills.
After, reading these articles. I do see how people identify themselves with objects. Personally, I can’t find any particular object that makes me feel horrible. I feel like I’m in control of my own thoughts and actions. Objects, might briefly remind me of a time or moment in my life. Besides that , I decide my own mood and control my own feelings.
I’m far from offended,about comments made by the author in regards to student writers. I feel school is a place people go to learn and develop good skills. Positive, constructive criticism is very health, and I welcome it.