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What does it mean when they say a writer has “broken through”?
Sometimes when a writer sits down to write their mind goes blank and nothing comes to mind to write about. This is often called "writer's block." As the ideas start to flow and the writer can once again put their thoughts on paper, they have "broken through" whatever was blocking their ability to write.
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