Carter, James
March 2010
Interpretation Journal;Spring2010, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p12
The article discusses the importance of writing in interpretation. It states that writing is an art that represents sounds, sounds into words, and words that describe actions, things, and thoughts and feelings. It is suggested that one must remember the roots in writing in order to represent speech and that one must avoid hollow words or phrases.


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