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Essay2RoughDraft - Caitlin McGowan Professor Kegler EN102 Section 81 Essay#2 Charles Schmid/Arnold Friend Rough Draft Fiction and non-fiction are

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Caitlin McGowan February 22, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Essay #2 Charles Schmid/Arnold Friend Rough Draft Fiction and non-fiction are they two main types of writing. Fiction writing is used for entertainment, leisure, and thoughts. Non-fiction writing is frequently used for research, facts, and analysis. Fiction is false information and non-fiction is factual information. It is hard to tease out the fiction from the non-fiction. Non-fiction consists of events that actually took place. There are real people, factual events, existent places, and genuine things in non-fiction stories. On the other hand, fiction stories consists of imaginary events with unreal people, make believe places. Don Moser’s non-fiction story, The Pied Piper of Tucson inspired Joyce Carol Oates create her fiction story, Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?. When a story is fictionalized it can almost be truer than fact. This is very possible because a fiction story allows leeway rather than sticking to the dry facts. When you have the non-
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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Essay2RoughDraft - Caitlin McGowan Professor Kegler EN102 Section 81 Essay#2 Charles Schmid/Arnold Friend Rough Draft Fiction and non-fiction are

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