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Unformatted text preview: Chang 1 Se Woong Chang Professor Banville English 1101 23 September 2007 The What, How, and Why of: Inside the Writing of Coover: The End of Books The article, The end of Books by Robert Coover, first appealed to me through its title. With just the title, Coover was able to get me to think, What if the end of books is near? No more reading! Yay! This combination of words got me to read this article. The more and more I read Coovers words, I started to understand exactly what he was talking about; technology is not a bad thing that is making books become extinct, it is just another step in the life of literature. I used lots of short quotes from the article. It might look like a lot of quotes, but the quotes were necessary. Whenever I used a quote, it was when I needed to use Coovers exact words to convey my idea. I tried to steer away from using extremely long quotes that would require me to use unnecessary block quotes, however I did have to use one three-line long quote. I think I did a good job in not abusing block quotes, however I did have to use one three-line long quote....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 1101 taught by Professor Banville during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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