First, youthful creativity in literature and the arts is often spontaneous and intensely emotional, while creative works produced after age 40 often appear more deliberately thoughtful. Perhaps for this reason, poets produce their most frequently cited works at younger ages than do authors of fiction and nonfiction(Kozbelt, 2016; Lubart & Sternberg, 1998). Poetry depends more on language play and "hot" expression of feelings, whereas story- and book-length works require extensive planning and molding.


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