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His pitching was informed by his awful experience of October I can also imagine such an experience destroying an athlete, registering in his mind and body in such a negative way as to produce a debilitating fear.

Of the many ways in which athletes and artists are similar, one is that, unlike accountants or plumbers or insurance salesmen, to succeed at all they must perform at an extraordinary level of excellence. Another is that they must be willing to extend themselves irrationally in order to achieve that level of performance.

A writer does not have to write all- out all the time, but he or she must be ready to write all-out any time the story requires it.

Like the cautious pitcher, the timid writer can spend a lifetime in the minor leagues.

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And what more than failure-the strike out, the crucial homerun given up, the manuscript criticized aid rejected-is more likely to produce caution or timidity? An instinctive response to painful experience it to avoid the behavior that produced the pain.

To function at the level of excellence required for survival, writers, like athletes, must go against instinct, must absorb their failures and become stronger, must endlessly repeat the behavior that produced the pain. Text B The athletic advantages of this concentration, particularly for an athlete who was making up for the absence of great natural skill, were considerable.

Concentration gave you an edge over many of your opponents, even your betters, who could not isolate themselves to that degree. For example, in football if they were ahead or behind by several touchdowns, if the game itself seemed to have been settled, they tended to slack off, to ease a little, certainly to relax their own concentration.

It was then that your own unwavering concentration and your own indifference to the larger point of view paid off. At the very least you could deal out surprise and discomfort to your opponents.

It was more that that. Do you see the ritual of physical concentration, of acute engagement in a small space while disregarding all the clamor and demands of the larger world, was the best possible lesson in precisely the kind of selfish intensity needed to create and to finish a poem.

A story, or a novel.

This alone mattered while all the world going on, with and without you, did not. I was learning first in muscle, blood, and bone, not from literature and not from teachers of literature or the arts or the natural sciences, but from coaches, in particular this one coach who paid me enough attention to influence me to teach some things to my self.

I was learning about art and life through the abstraction of athletics in much the same way that a soldier is, to an extent, prepared for war by endless parade ground drill.

His body must learn to be soldier before heart, mind, and spirit can. But I have come to believe-indeed I have to believe it insofar as I believe in the validity and efficacy of art-that what comes to us first and foremost through the body, as a sensuous affective experience, is taken and transformed by mind and self into a thing of the spirit.

Which is only to say that what the body learns and is taught is of enormous significance-at least until the last light of the body fails.

Why does the writer of text A consign the manuscript to a desk drawer? It accounts for one -third of all deaths in America and for well over half the deaths among middle-aged men.


Heart disease was relatively rare in America at the turn of the century, but it has risen dramatically since then, with a slight downturn in Heart disease is often viewed as a disease of modern living, spurred on by the habits and the stress of industrialized society.

Evidence for this idea comes from the fact that non-Western societies have relatively low rates of heart disease.

And there is a higher rate of heart disease among immigrants to America, such as Japanese Americans and Chinese-Americans, than among those who remain in their native country, suggesting that something about the Western environment promotes the development of the disease. Heart disease usually involves the formation of a fatty substance called plague in the walls of the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart. If the arteries become narrowed enough or blocked, the person may suffer a heart attack that is death of a region of heart muscle tissue.

Among the many factors that have been found to be related to the risk of developing heart disease are high blood pressure, a history of heart disease among one's close relatives, cigarette smoking, being relatively overweight, and a high level of a fatty substance called cholesterol in the blood. Barlow what experience he had as a salesmen. I sold brushes, dusters, tins of polish, things like that. Snell then asked him why he had left the job.

Barlow replied. Brushes they were. Snell asked. He said that he had always wanted to work for a big company with a good name, to travel all over the country selling goods to the other companies, rather than to houswives on the doorstep and — he added with a smile — to enjoy the money and the working conditions offered with the job for which he had applied.

Snell got up and shook Mr.

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Barlow by the hand. The text tell us about The experience of Mr.

Barlow a salesman B.He worked for a brush company for six months. Cecep tidak kalah pandai daripada Risdi c.

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