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Unformatted text preview: Or, is it? The brevity of haiku forces a deeper, more disciplined approach to language than any other kind of writing (Higginson & Harter 120). Okay, so now what? For this penultimate project, reflecting on your essays in this course to this point as well as your growth as a writer, an individual, and a citizen of the world, you will write a haiku that captures the essence (the kokoro, or heart) of who you are in this moment. Your haiku will be accompanied by a two-page essay explaining your poem as well as its significance. When is all this going to happen? Tuesday, November 22 Begin Haiku Project Tuesday, November 29 Workshop Haiku Project Thursday, December 1 Meet in Oremus Theater (1 st floor, FPAC) Tuesday, December 6 Final Draft Due (Haiku + 2-page essay) A few extra things Please be sure to include your name, COM 101-044, my name, and the date in the upper left-hand corner of your first page. You are already a writer, so you can do this. Im here to help....
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course COM 101 taught by Professor Judy during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.
- Spring '11