a writers reference paper

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Cameron Kirby A page on Hacker I can honestly say I learned nothing in reading pages three through seventeen in Hacker’s A Writers Reference . Not to say there were no valid points or that it was a complete waste of my time. No, it did, however, refresh my mind on what has been drilled into my head by previous teachers. Also, the fact that I knew all of this doesn’t mean that I necessarily follow it. Also, in my mind, most of the reading was just plain common sense. I don’t know a person who has made it this far who cannot/has not written an outline or written a rough and a final draft. On the other hand, the pink form you handed out to us actually taught me something. Maybe it is something I will never use again in my life, but it will forever be in the back of my mind just waiting to jump out at the perfect opportunity.
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Unformatted text preview: The tidbit of information I acquired from your handout is the S-E-E Paragraph. It tells me to be concise and organize my thoughts in a certain order so as to convey, more specifically, my thoughts to the reader. The first handout you gave us, though, had to be the best one, if were looking purely at things learned. Susan Orlean compares a Visible Cow to essays. She states that what holds the essay together should be nearly invisible, like the cowhide of her invisible cow. She also goes on to say that the best essays reveal the very natural way a smart persons mind works through a topic. That was a very insightful statement if one were to ask me. I will try to keep that in mind as I write my essays for this class, but I can promise you that it will take quite a bit of work on both of our parts....
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