Prompt #33: Literary Critic

Take an old story or piece you’ve written previously (could be one of these prompts). Pretend that you’re a literary critic and go into in-depth analysis about the piece, making over-specific assumptions about everything you’ve written. How does this angle help you understand your own writing better?

Word Count: 400 Words

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