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Sister Mary Lauretta (1902-1995) taught science at Columbus High School in Marshfield, Wisconsin until her retirement in 1980. She encouraged and inspired students with daily proverbs written on the blackboard for student reflection.
"I find that if you start to write about things that you’re fascinated by, you discover a great many things at the point of a pen. Ideas get tested in paragraphs. Writing naturally generates more connections and ideas, putting flesh on bare bones." --Norman Mailer, The Spooky Art
Norman Mailer (1922-2007), American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, and film maker.
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