KashKash.1101.4817.rtf Amnesia

KashKash.1101.4817.rtf Amnesia - Yousef KashKash ENC 1101,...

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Unformatted text preview: Yousef KashKash ENC 1101, 4817 Dr. Juan Flores September 22, 2008 The past is the key to the future In reading this article entitled “Amnesia” by Rachel Cline, it shows clearly how all of her memories of moving to Los Angeles weren’t something she wanted to remember, but it shows you how she continued pushing through the harsh moments with a strong commitment to meet success. Rachel mentions what she remembers doing always which is: driving down a sunny stretch of road, listening to National Public Radio, having a splitting a headache, and occasionally she remembers the jacarandas being in bloom. She then states how randomly and unexpected her memories were laid out; For instance, she was awakened by a Very Big Earthquake, got a job on “knots Landing”, went to her friend’s house for her fortieth birthday, went on a date with a cameraman, woke up at the hospital, found her wrecked car in the San...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course ENC 1025 taught by Professor Theil during the Spring '07 term at St. Petersburg College.

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