Modules 3-3.05 - PART TWO Directions Write the introduction...

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PART TWO Directions: Write the introduction for your narrative essay, following the guidelines you were taught. The introduction should be approximately 150-200 words in length and may include dialogue. Moments pass as Montresor looks around waiting to see where that sound came from. As time pass he can hear footsteps and sees a shadow getting ever closer. Then “Montresor, where are you at?”, his sister is calling for him. As Montresor hides the knife he stands before his sister, “What happened, what do you want?,” he inquires of her. “I meet this man he was so mysterious,
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Unformatted text preview: and even wanted to go out later today.” This was no shock for Montresor being that his sister was a young and very attractive women in good shape, blond beautiful hair, and eyes that could see into the soul. As Emily continues to speak Montresor listens closely, “His name is Fortunato and he will be here later to pick me up.” As the sun starts to step a knock at the door startles both of them. When Montresor opened the door he saw a tall young man dressed nicely standing their with flowers. Montresor could not help but notice a strange look his eyes....
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  • Spring '16
  • English-language films, Montresor, approximately 150-200 words, blond beautiful hair, tall young man

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