Paint Colors Inspired By Famous Literary Works

Paint Colors Inspired By Famous Literary Works
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Two writers visualize the colors they see when reading descriptive prose and poetry.

Allie Walker
  • 11 may 2012

Writers have the special ability to conjure images in our heads, to bring descriptions of people and places to life by their choice of words. We can see what our favorite characters in a book are wearing, taste what they’re eating, and hear the sounds around them; we can, with our imaginations, visualize the entire world described in a book or poem.

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