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Essay_1AssignmentGelley-1 - English 101 Narratives of...

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English 101: Narratives of Desire and Loss March 19, 2008 Professor Gelley ESSAY #1–Writing 101 Due at the beginning of class on Monday, April 7 or Tuesday, April 8. Important note: You must bring in a rough draft of your essay on Wed., April 2/Thurs. April 3 for in-class peer review. Your rough draft should be at least 3 full pages. Note: please review all the writing prescripts on Blackboard before writing your essay. My grading will be in part determined by the extent to which you have put into practice these rules for strong academic writing. Also, please make sure that you do a spell check and have someone proofread your essay before you hand it in. Errors in spelling or grammar will bring your overall essay grade down, no matter how interesting your argument is. Requirements 1. Papers must be 5 - 6 pages , typed , double-spaced , 12pt times roman/times new roman font , and one inch margins. Quoted passages of more than one sentence from the readings do not count toward the page-length requirement. Note: a paper that is 4 ½ pages long will be penalized for not meeting 5 page minimum. By 5 pages, I mean 5 full pages. 2. Paper must have a title (see writing precept on TITLES on Blackboard).
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