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Nick Fortun2 - “The Lost Scent” I liked this story because she did a good job of painting a picture of a relationship that grew during her

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Nick Fortune Comp. 1 September 19, 2005 Quitting West Point This narration essay was my favorite of the two narratives that we read. It is a good look into his life and he gave good examples of what life was like as a new cadet at West Point. My favorite part of this essay was when he was talking about all of the processes he went through when they first arrived. He does a good job of painting a picture of all of the physical changes he went through during the first week and about the change in sleeping patterns. However, I feel that he could have improved on describing what he missed most about being home and outside of the military setting.
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Unformatted text preview: “The Lost Scent” I liked this story because she did a good job of painting a picture of a relationship that grew during her whole life. She painted a very good picture of the emotions she felt through the good times and bad which she shared with Jeff. However I do not think that this was a narrative essay because she did not just focus on one event that occurred during her life, she focused on an entire friendship and the growth of that relationship. To improve this as a narrative essay she would need to focus more on one event that happened during this relationship....
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course ENGL ? taught by Professor Askins during the Fall '05 term at W. Carolina.

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