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Writing Groups

Why they are so important?

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A few of the famous Writing Groups in history were The Socrates School (Socrates and his students Plato and Xenophon), The Bloomsbury Group (English writers, philosophers, and artists), The Dymock Poets (Robert Frost, Rupert Brook in Dymock), The Algonquin Roundtable (New York city playwrights, actors, critics…




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