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Creative Writing

Plagiarism in Creative Writing

"Remember that quoting someone else’s idea without citing it properly (even if you’ve done so accidentally) is considered an act of plagiarism. Submitting work written by other writers or work ‘based’ on material they’ve created (e.g. a character or a plot) is also plagiarism unless properly cited. If intertextual play appeals to you be sure to clear any such borrowing with your instructor.

Students are not allowed to re-submit work written for other courses." (An excerpt from the CRWR Course Outlines)

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