Tortillas - Do not name the food until your essay’s last...

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Richard Krishnan Engl1A, Sec 4 Due: Nov 13, 2007 “Tortillas” Summary and Response 1. Write an essay defining a food that is important to your family, ethnic group, or circle of friends. Use several patterns of development, as Burciaga does. Assume your audience is not familiar with the food you define. 2. Relying primarily on description and exemplification, define a food that is sure to be familiar to all your readers.
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Unformatted text preview: Do not name the food until your essay’s last sentence. 3. Write an essay defining a food – but include a thesis statement that paints a very favorable portrait of a much-maligned food (for example, Spam or brussels sprouts) or a very negative picture of a popular food (for example, chocolate or ice cream). A hunk of meat and a slab of cheese...
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