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Unformatted text preview: see them not in just one stage, such as the maiden, but in various configurations.” “Tony, Roz, and Charis are not the typical figures of fairy tale, however, because we see them not in just one stage, such as the maiden, but in various configurations as their life stories are told, from children to young women in college to middle-aged wives and mothers.” Activity: First, choose a major/important point from today’s reading (you can select whatever you like). Then, on a separate sheet of paper, write a sentence that summarizes the point in your own words (thus writing a paraphrase). Next, write two different sentences that embed this necessary summary in an analytical statement. Finally, share your sentences with a partner. With your partner, revise them—making sure that the sentences work effectively as summary and analysis, flow well, and are generally free of clutter/wordiness. We’ll share some examples....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ENGL 1B at San Jose State University .