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The Class Of Writing Essays And I

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The writer's house faced the campus of the Hitotsubashi University right across the road. Two tall ginkgo trees stood close together by the front door like a happy couple. Their fresh young leaves in spring were very pleasing, but they were much more splendid when they turned yellow in autumn. The encounter of the writer with the children reminded the writer of a book of psychology. The book said that the relative degree of intimacy in personal relationships depends on how far one discloses oneself. Essays are generally written based on the writers' personal experiences, although some embellishment or misunderstanding may interpose. The two children's talk is provided as a good example of disclosure and is provided as the subject of an essay. The writer was then sixty years old. The writer frankly disclosed information of herself without getting too excited.

Keywords: book of psychology; essays; personal experiences; personal relationships



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