Creative Essay Topics

Followed – creative writing

The streets of London enclosed this humble infant. Unaware of where he is; where his mummy is, he continued to patrol the distant streets. The exhaustion of the young boy is unbearable to think of. Although unfamiliar with his surroundings he continued to walk, crying with anticipation: where is he? Freddy had been visiting London… View Article

Creative Art and Fine Art

By a broad definition of art,[9] artistic works have existed for almost as long as humankind: from early pre-historic art to contemporary art; however, some theories restrict the concept to modern Western societies. [10] The first and broadest sense of art is the one that has remained closest to the older Latin meaning, which roughly… View Article

The Role of Critical and Creative Thinking in Everyday Life

In psychology, the brain is said to be divided into two integral parts: the left side and the right side. These lobes, however, function oppositely. The left side is responsible for human’s analytical and critical thinking while the right side is accountable for one’s creative and imaginative side (Gazzaniga, 1970). Learning how to think both… View Article

Creative Writing

Stooped over on the sway backed arch of the old railroad trellis, a man more ancient than old stares into the water far below. One liver spotted hand rises to shade dark eyes from the savage sun, falling like too much weight against his shoulders. Falling like a persistence of memories against the faded brown… View Article

Creative Writing – Big Me

In the world of fantasy, the child chooses the roles he wants to play. In the world of fantasy, the child finally finds his essence and feels that he is valued by others. In Dan Chaon’s “Big Me”, showing and telling serves the instrument of the child’s imagination, and the means of escaping his real-world… View Article

Creative Writing

The seven habits described in Stephen R. Covey’s book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, are life-altering improvements that require hard work and commitment to change oneself from within. The book has been considered a milestone in the genre of self-help books. First published in 1989, it has been assisting many people since. The… View Article

Creative writing in non-fiction

Creative nonfiction (also known as literary or narrative nonfiction) is that branch of writing which employs literary Styles, techniques and artistic vision usually associated with fiction or poetry to create factually accurate narratives on actual persons and events. Creative nonfiction contrasts with other nonfiction, such as technical writing or journalism, which is also rooted in… View Article

A Drop of Glue on the Stoop

Late in the warm, humid, summer evenings, the neighbors of Belmont Terrace would ritualistically gather on the cement stoop of Anna, the resident manager. She loved the company of her neighbors and considered all of them to be close friends. “Hey girl,” said Annette, “what you up to? ” Annette was a older woman, a… View Article

Creative Story

Later at the picnic, Sharon was seen with a debonair and handsome man. The man had puffed muscles, straight long hair and a surfing board in his arm. Although Sharon had this habit of mingling too much with adult men but we sensed some danger with this man. Maryann and I talked to Gray about… View Article

The Creative Personality

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s article “The Creative Personality” attempts to achieve the impossible. It seeks to provide a clear definition of the creative mind. Or, more accurately, it looks at the behavior patterns of those who are creative individuals. Through this examination, there is an attempt to record those traits that would be yield a creative personality…. View Article

Creative Writing

The car sped off and all I could think was, “Who are these people and what they do they want from me? ” Blindfolded and made mute by a piece of cloth that was tied amid my upper and lower jaw, I knew that what lay ahead was not for my benefit and my struggle… View Article

Creative ownership, rights, personal ethics

Creative ownership pertains to the right of an individual to possess his creative works such as discoveries, know-how, art works and writings In such, creative works are subjected to intellectual property rights wherein the creators or the owners are granted the rights to reproduce, modify or make an adaptation of his work, display or perform… View Article

Creative Arts

This lecture enhances the creativity of the students by cultivating their interest in music. Various activities using different mediums like listening to CDs or watching musical shows help in having a better understanding of the lecture. Though the lecture may seem filled with fun activities, the lecture also focuses on teaching about the technical terms… View Article

Case Study on Creative Consumer

Using the old table could create a big issue for CCC since it appears not to attain goal congruence. Using the old table, the manager from Paris would not be doing good as indicated by the loss of $1,000,000 above. However, using the revised table where there is no allocation for fixed cost, the same… View Article