ENGL 102 Lesson 10

ENGL 102 Lesson 10 - Joseph Walter Clark 10 Aug. 2007...

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Joseph Walter Clark 10 Aug. 2007 English 102 Lesson 10 In order to write this essay I followed the basic guide given in Argument on page 121. My intended audience was anyone considering reading more science fiction, and I intended to draw them towards the genre as well as suggest a few good writers. The most difficult parts were in choosing which novels to pick and finding pertinent quotations within them. I hope to appeal to my audience by explaining how science fiction can be as intellectually engaging as any other form of writing. The Opportunity of Science Fiction Science fiction is primarily defined by some future time period or technology, however, there is much more to a sci-fi story that sets it apart from regular fiction, fantasy, or abstract papers. Every genre has its fair share of pulp-fiction, but when the writing has merit the possibilities available to explore in science fiction are unique. Merriam-Webster defines science fiction as “having a scientific factor as an essential
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