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Unformatted text preview: course, and I assigned the paper.) If you do write why, what you are doing is telling the story of your paper: Once a upon a time, I decided to write about my group/this place/this poem/this ad, but I changed my mind and decided to write about this particular group/place/poem/ad. Groups/places/variations/ads are very important because, from the dawn of time. No one needs to read a blow-by-blow of how and why you wrote your paper and where you found your ideas. Save that for your journal/diary. 4. Avoid writing the story of your paper. I mean it. I will write and say this as many times as I need to. 5. Have I mentioned not writing the story of your paper yet?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course ENG 1113 taught by Professor Irwin during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Oklahoma.
- Spring '11