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2 pages ndo nataka , apa Writing Workshop: Descriptive Writing Throughout this unit, you have been reading excerpts from the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf and have become familiar with its mood and language. In the previous lesson, you have chosen one particular scene from the epic poem to describe in detail in a 2- or 3-page writing assessment. You have learned strategies to create an overall impression and organize a description, and you have applied those strategies in the prewriting stage. In this lesson, you will draft a description that contains vivid details and grabs readers’ attention. Before you start, note that descriptive writing is characterized by the following elements:
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