Princeton Bagel 1

Princeton Bagel 1 - Using the quotation below as a jumping...

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Using the quotation below as a jumping off point, tell us about an event or experience that helped you define one of your values or changed how you approach the world: ''Some questions cannot be answered./ They become familiar weights in the hand,/ Round stones pulled from the pocket, unyielding and cool.'' 1 - Jane Hirshfield, poet, Princeton Class of 1973 Bagels: An Eternal Puzzle First I drew a circle. Then I drew another circle. With that, I had created a bagel. Justin and I chuckled at my artistic masterpiece. Then he joked, “You forgot the raisins.” I sketched in a few small ovals. Our laughter was now drowning the bagel shop. To conclude my artwork, I shaded the bagel on a black-and-white spectrum to form depth. With that, I took a glance at the bagel Justin had ordered. My illustration appeared to be a fair representation. But then, as I studied the bagel for a few seconds, I discovered I had forgotten to shade the bagel hole, include the cream cheese, detail the wrinkles, place indents into the
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course AS 122 taught by Professor Sdf during the Spring '10 term at Vermont.

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