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Unformatted text preview: K rista Morelli 22992875 Journal Response Three Personally, I think it depends on how badly a person is misrepresented to know if it is going to hurt the possibility of future individuals getting international audiences. If it is something as small as adding small, fictional details to people, places, or the main character, it might not be that harmful to the t rust of international audiences. All it does it offer a little more juiciness to the story, which helps keep the interest of the reader. However, if misrepresentation includes adding events that did not happen, not accurately describing people or places, or using fictional, traumatic experiences to draw sympathy from the reader. When people choose to read a biography, or a biographical account, especially of someone who has lived through a long, tough life, they do not expect to be reading fiction. Its angering to read a story full of devastating personal experiences, and feel sympathetic for the main character, only to find out that the story was enhanced...
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This document was uploaded on 09/30/2009.
- Fall '09