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narrativeF10-1 - UWP18#01 Fall2010 NARRATIVEESSAYON AN...

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UWP 18 #01 Fall 2010 NARRATIVE  ESSAY ON AN INCIDENT  Topic :  due  Monday, Oct. 4, in journal Draft:   due  in class, Monday, Oct. 11, 2010 (2 copies) (1000 words) Revision : due  in class, Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 (with draft and  workshop)  (1200 words) As we have discussed, essays may use various  modes  of writing  to develop  and   communicate ideas, including  exposition, description, narration, and  argument.    Write a purposeful essay focused  on a particular  incident  in which narrative —story- telling— is a significant element.     Your audience is a general audience, particularly of your peers. Specific possibilities include: •  Write a piece about an incident  in which you felt ignored, misunderstood,   disliked, unappreciated, envied  or adulated,  and  perhaps  how  you reacted  or how  your   sense of identity was modified  as a result. •  Write a piece about an incident  in which you misbehaved,  according  to your 
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