The Audition revision explanation

The Audition revision explanation - 1 Chris Kim ASAM 141...

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Chris Kim ASAM 141 Prof. Pandya March 9, 2011 The Audition: Revised After my story was work-shopped in class, I had a better understanding of what my peers thought about it. I received praise about the story’s flow, style, and the dialogue. Also, I saw that many appreciated the realistic portrayal of a mother/daughter relationship and interesting plot. However, criticisms were also abundant, as they did not think I gave enough characterization to Mrs. Rosario and Julianne. In addition, some felt the story became unrealistic and that the ending did not satisfy. In my revision of the story, I feel I made changes that continue to do what “works” and clear up and eliminate what doesn’t work. I included a scene between Julianne and Miss Chance in which they go over the terms of her being in the play before the audition for the part. The set-up further characterizes Julianne by describing how she is in anxious moments. The dialogue between the two gives further life to Ann as an over-zealous agent and her overly
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