part three of inquiry one cover letter

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David Coffman 10:10 Collecting my Thoughts The analysis on my short story “Swing and a Miss” was spot on. I thought the reader, Grace Hamilton, did a great job recognizing the different tones and symbols scattered throughout the paper. Her analysis of my story really matched up with my short write in which I talked about the tone I thought people would get from the story. She also was able to identify the overall theme or message of the story, which I was happy to see. Grace described the first part of the story to have a tone of sadness and disappointment, which I would agree with, and then she recognized the change in tone at the very end when the baseball player was identifying himself. I purposefully made the story start out kind of depressing, so when the main character identifies himself it will easily be recognized by the reader. Grace was also able to develop a really good explanation of the red wristband and its significance. She pointed out that the wristband allows the main character to realize that his life
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course ENG 1234 taught by Professor Brettstrickland during the Fall '12 term at Miami University.

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