F. Scott Fitzgerald on Writing Vivid Physical Descriptions

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The Great Gatsby is one of my favorite novels. It’s beautifully written, and I often come back to it when I’m looking for techniques and strategies to make my own writing more powerful.

Recently, I decided to re-read it, and I was specifically studying how Fitzgerald describes…

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Nicole Bianchi

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