Cavazos, Roberto
March 2008
Teen Ink;Mar2008, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p28
The author reflects on his journey through the world of art. According to the author, junior year is the turning point in his life. He reveals that he learned to see things, not as they are or how they appear, but as how their existence molds his life. He points out that the writing skills he learned in his junior year English class went beyond his paper and pen and caused a change in his perception of life. He notes his success in overcoming his fears of writing.


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