ANGIER - Steve O'Neil Comp 1-Heal 3 DOS and a DON'T-ANGIER...

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Steve O’Neil Comp 1-Heal 3 DOS and a DON’T-ANGIER DO- The thing that first impressed me about this essay was the way that the author used her quotes. She did not use too many, or too little, and she always seemed to put them just in the right places. Never once was it unclear why she was putting a quote in there, and I was never unsure of who was the one saying the quote. An example of her well placed quotes would be, “‘people are sensitized to certain extremes of boyishness,’ said Dr. John Ratey, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School. ‘It’s not as acceptable to be the class clown. You can’t cut up. You won’t be givenn slack anymore.’” Here she does a good job of announcing the person she is quoting, it made the quote seem official. Nothing like tossing in “Harvard” to make a quote seem official. DO- I also liked Angier’s word choice throughout the entire essay. She used a lot of interesting words that you do not get to hear all that often these days. They were scientific
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Heal during the Spring '08 term at Kirkwood.

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