As you will remember, during my visit to Iowa in 2001, I was a guest in Frank Conroy’s workshop. During the workshop I witnessed, while Conroy was offering a critical reading of a piece of student work, he was at pains to convey to his students the difficulty of achieving ‘meaning, sense and clarity.’ In the following, from his essay ‘The Writer’s Workshop,’1 Frank Conroy expands on his beliefs about accurate expression.
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