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Essay2PaperProposal - Caitlin McGowan February 10, 2011...

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Caitlin McGowan February 10, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Essay #2 Charles Schmid/Arnold Friend Paper Proposal Personally, I believe that there is a lot gained when we fictionalize a story and that sometimes it can almost be truer than fact. This is possible because fiction allows a leeway instead of sticking to the facts. It is hard to tease out the fiction from the non- fiction. When you have a non-fiction, as opposed to a fiction, you basically are presenting and selling facts with without opinions, ideas, and imagination. By fictionalizing a story you can express your own personal view on the subject matter. It’s almost like taking the truth to the next level. By using your imagination and presenting your ideas you are creating a whole new world that doesn’t exist but you can base it on present day facts and bring about a conclusion where it may or may not be true. You are predicting a solution by taking trends and visionaries that can become actualized. Fiction vs. non-fiction is
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