Unformatted text preview: be able to not only talk about the whole text, but to notice points that can be interesting to you. • Quote from a text not from a neutral way but to show what it means from your own perspective. • Quote from a text to point out what’s interesting to you. • You want your readers to focus on your ideas, draw attention to how you’re using the quotes, not the quote themselves. • Assessing uses and limits; Academic writing focuses on possibilities, not taking sides. • Look for negatives in perspectives you like and look for positives in perspectives you don’t like. • Terms of art; block quotes, in-text quotes, scare quotes, epigraphs, and allusions • Coming to terms is re-presenting another’s work but translating it into your own language...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Shappel during the Fall '08 term at Western Washington.
- Fall '08