Sorry this prompt is so late. I had to write a paper today. It is due tomorrow and I hadn't started it until this afternoon. The trouble is I don't understand the class and the play I am writing about is Derek Walcott, the Caribbean poet and playwright's play Dream on Monkey Mountain. I enjoy reading his writing but the play specifically says, "it is illogical, derivative, contradictory" (Walcott 208). Basically the play doesn't make much sense, the class doesn't make much sense, and my essay doesn't make much sense. Oh well, sorry to dump that on you readers. Let's get on with the writing prompt shall we?
As you can see from the picture above, the prompt for the day is to write 50-100 pieces of information about a character without stopping to think about it. The goal is to get a better idea of what kind of person your character is. So choose the character you feel needs to the most rounding out and or that you need to get to know better, and write at least a minimum of 50 pieces of info about them without thinking.
Here are 45 of mine. I'm still working on the last 5. My favorites are in bold.
Let me know your three favorite things you found out about your character that you didn't know before in the comments.
Keep on Creating,
K. A. Jairl
Walcott, Derek. "A Note on Production." Dream on Monkey Mountain, and Other Plays. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1970. 208. Print.
K. A. Jairl
My name is Kim and I'm glad you stopped by. This is where I post my triumphs and my downfalls as I fight the good fight of being a writer mom everyday.