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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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