Georgia - Steven McCommon CRW 1101: Fiction Writing Section...

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Steven McCommon CRW 1101: Fiction Writing Section 1650 Monday, periods E1-E3 “Georgia” Critique The story “Georgia” depicts vivid scenes in which a young woman interacts with an eccentric old lady. I enjoyed the descriptive power in sentences like, “The salty air was enough to corrode a cheap water spicket.” One possible suggestion would be to change the introductory sentence. Begin with the next sentence or an audience grabber instead of the “When I was twenty-two,” beginning. One character I didn’t quite get was Old Weird Harold. Knowing that “the sun and alcohol worn his skin rough and leathery,” sparked my interest however I don’t understand his function in the novel as a whole. If he was more developed, possibly in relation to Georgia, it could work. The long paragraph on page six interrupted the pacing, which could be fixed with some
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