Once More to the Lake - irritable sound.” The author...

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Sean Quigley AP English III 10/15/11 Once More to the Lake Purpose and Audience: 2. I think that the author purposely left that paragraph for the end of the essay to surprise his audience. The reason it is so surprising is because the tone of the whole story is relaxing and blissful and then the last paragraph is about death. Style and Structure: 1. One difference was that there were only two tracks and not three. Another difference was that the boats had outboard motors and they made “a petulant,
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Unformatted text preview: irritable sound.” The author makes a big deal about these. He makes it seem like things were better the way they were and any change is bad. Vocabulary Projects: 2. Scent- aroma Stillness- immobility Damp- moist Small- petite Rusty-corroded Enchanted- charmed Dried- dehydrated Quietly- silently Sean Quigley AP English III 10/15/11 Soggy- waterlogged Purred- hummed My synonyms retain Whites purpose fairly well....
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Turtle during the Spring '11 term at Jacksonville College.

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