A_TALE_OF_TWO_WOMEN REVISE

A_TALE_OF_TWO_WOMEN REVISE - A TALE OF TWO WOMEN A TALE OF...

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Unformatted text preview: A TALE OF TWO WOMEN A TALE OF TWO WOMENI like the title! story meddler just a bit unclear.one character can see the reality of her world, while the other one cannot? between cut this because, in truth, many teen girls have this sort of mind-set. Its typical! an unfamiliar situation that fills her with excitement unclear, how does music calm Connie and help her deal with her problems? relate to were things and events in end quote? Add a footnote (OConnor page #) you need to state here how different their worlds are from the others around them: Connie is detached from her family and Grandmother is clueless how her behavior negatively affects her family with new sentence. Both also put their desire ahead of the needs of others good example to use. ??? a murdered body is not a beautiful body put in previous paragraph. You might note that Connies selfishness actually puts her in danger since Friend picks up on it and uses it against her good, give an example and use in the paragraph above. Okay, I asked for an example above and you provide it here Nice statement! girl showed her habit of thinking. who good pointwomen are often trained to agree with men. Granny defers to a stranger, but treats her son with disdain and disrespect. withdraw into the house, I think you need to rethink thisthe grandmother is trying to save herself for sure, but I think the death of her family profoundly rattles her. Its too late for her to take her own advice and behave like a good Christian woman to her family Revise, this is a weak sentence ??? I dont know what you mean to say here well, I dont think they deserved such violent fates, but they sure set themselves up to fall wordy, revise or cut good.you might note she also horned in on the families tripshe should have stayed home and worked in the garden Good pointand who in the world brings a cat on a car trip? Poor judgement! Yep, she lacked sophistication and experience I think you mean to say she shows a bravado in the story to cover up her insecurity. and made poor choices concerning her own safety. Did you borrow this idea? Need to footnote it if you did : Corian E. Barrett Grantham University Two characters I picked in both stories were the Connie and the Grandmother. One was very young and naive, the other old and played out, and because of this are quite different and not comparable in many ways. Connie is the sort of nave, adolescent girl who is portrayed in the bookI like the title! story meddler just a bit unclear.one character can see the reality of her world, while the other one cannot? between cut this because, in truth, many teen girls have this sort of mind-set. Its typical!...
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