102G - CN14 - To Compose a Reflective Essay 2 - Finding Larger Meaning-1

102G - CN14 - To Compose a Reflective Essay 2 - Finding Larger Meaning-1

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102G CN14 Composing a Descriptive Essay 2: Finding Larger Meaning or Importance Administrative Paul McHugh – San Francisco Chronicle’s environmental writer for 22 years: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/outdoors/northcoast/main/ Tuesday, May 18, 4-6, 126 Voorhies I’m going to scan and upload readings for Monday □ Holly Doremus visiting on Wednesday o Suggestions for our conversation? o JM P Her life as a writer P The process of narrowing a question so that it’s answerable Questions as feedback: whether description alone is supposed to make the argument in our reflective essay, or whether… The answer is the former - to argue why your ordinary place is especially important. This argument enables you to refer to or even to quote directly from "The Special Importance of Ordinary Places" to do this. Review: Description: From the Abstract to the Concrete Which parts of speech associate or connect with the abstract and the concrete, respectively? Therefore, skilled writers – when it suits them – look to move description from
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2010 for the course UWP 102G taught by Professor Mag during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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102G - CN14 - To Compose a Reflective Essay 2 - Finding Larger Meaning-1

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