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Rice/FA18, Eng112 Essay #1—Narrative CRITERIA DUE DATES 3-5 pages (suggestions) Proposal= W 9/5 typed, double spaced, stapled , 12 pt. font 1 st Draft (3 copies)= W 9/19 pov=first person OR third person Workshop= W 9/19 Audience=familiar/informal voice/friend or family Final/Ref/Guides= M 9/24 For your first major paper assignment, you will interview a person from a different generation, either someone in your family, someone you know well, or someone you have just met. This person can be any age but at least 10 years older/younger than you. The purpose of your interview is to ask questions that revolve around a memory that is significant to him/her. Ask the person to reflect on the particulars of the memory ( setting, time, people/characters ), as well as his/her emotions ( a reflection —how the memory affected them THEN and NOW). Do not ask them about a specific memory. Let them choose the memory. After you have compiled a good bit of information surrounding one good memory (feel free to ask them about more than one memory so you have more than one to choose from for your narrative), do a little research around the memory (location/time period/others involved).
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  • Fall '17
  • Professor Stacy Rice
  • Writing, analyst, 12 pt, 10 Years

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