rewrites - poetically) actually mean something precise to...

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Teddy Hanson French R1a 4/27/2010 List for rewrites On good observations ask “So what?” A few rhetorical questions are okay, but don’t use them to end every paragraph! o Go back and highlight every question and try to ask myself what path I was going try to make more points rather than leaving the reader to think of them and really develop the argument in relation to the text and its broader stakes Read sentences out loud to make sure they actually make sense in English and avoid awkwardness Choose relevant quotations to introduce or conclude the essay Make sure the words (no matter how much I like the way they go together
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Unformatted text preview: poetically) actually mean something precise to your reader Point out ironies and contradictions that you find interesting or intriguing and discuss how they relate to your argument that vs. who: who is for people. Find better and more clever ways to introduce information rather than assuming the author has to believe a certain argument about their book Read Writing analytically Teddy Hanson French R1a 4/27/2010 Attempt to flush out paragraphs with information in order to make them seem relevant and interesting o Be sure to not stray from the topic and to be concise with arguments...
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