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For Animals in Lit class, we have to do things like, read the reading and write a response.  Any response that fits the theme of animals or nature.  What's been happening a lot is, I read, I stare at the work for several days, I e-mail the teacher, there's a lot of e-mails, and finally I have a topic.  Repeatedly.  So I'm with one of the school's tutors to get through the discussion to help me get a topic for the last readings.  But I'm frustrated.  I don't know why I can't come up with topics on my own. 

Date: 2015-04-13 02:16 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] achinhibitor.livejournal.com
It's easier to brainstorm if you're really interested in the subject. But maybe you're one of those people to whom novel ideas don't come easily. I'd guess there are known exercises or training on that sort of thing. Is there anything on the web about it?

Date: 2015-04-17 05:22 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] tenshikurai9.livejournal.com
Well most of my animal experience is in specifically cats so I guess that doesn't help with animals in general. I do come up with novel ideas, in art and crafts.

Tutor hass helped me with brainstorming for the next topic/book. For some reason I didn't think of furries till I was in conversation with her though (which she has never heard of.) If I can't get research to pan out for furries, the back-up plan is a more conventional, animal speech and communication and humans reading it. Then it's just the final after this.

So I can spend the summer trying to hack the whys behind what this semester's situation was because I don't trust it to not be an issue somehow in my future.

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