FRS The Simpsons Journal #2

FRS The Simpsons Journal #2 - Journal #2: Free Response...

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Journal #2: Free Response “Audiences enjoy being involved in the creative process; they enjoy filling in the blanks for themselves rather than being told everything.” –William Irwin and J.R. Lombardo The Simpsons and Allusion Note: Not many understand the allusions from The Simpsons. We lack the knowledge that every American needs to know. The allusions are not meant for everyone, however; it targets specific groups. Thusly, it is entirely acceptable that no single person can compare to each allusion that the series make. Furthermore, even if one does miss the allusion(s), it will not detract from enjoying the episode. The Simpsons and my UWP 001 Course: My first assignment in the University Writing Program here at UC Davis was to define what “good” writing is. I thought about being creative, entertaining the audience, and using allusions to give the audience that connection between the writing and another familiar source. We as writers are trying to connect with our readers as much as possible, and,
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