Journal Entry #3

Journal Entry #3 - being non-fiction made the story more...

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Caitlin McGowan February 14, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Journal Entry #3 What do you feel were the biggest differences between the two versions of the story? What details and characters did Oates eliminate or change? (Remember- Moser's work is non-fiction and Oates' story is based off of it!) I feel that the biggest differences between Joyce Carol Oates and Don Moser’s versions of the story was one was fiction and one was non-fiction. Having Moser’s story
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Unformatted text preview: being non-fiction made the story more realistic and scary since it was more truthful. The ending of the two stories were also very difference because in Oates’ story she gave us the ability to create our own ending of the story since she doesn’t straight up tell us she lets our mind wonder. Since Moser’s version was factual it wasn’t as entertaining as Oates’ story was....
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