I just have to be careful to take out as many is as i

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Unformatted text preview: it in third person? If I write in first person it could show my connection to the profile or the direct contact I had with Lesli. On the other hand it could be distracting and the subject “I” could be used more than “Lesli” taking the focus off of her and placing it on me. I wouldn’t want to do that, but when I read through my freewrites, I did write in first person and I looked at where I could change that and I don’t really think the story could improve and be as effective taking out the first person point of view. I just have to be careful to take out as many “I’s” as I can. Especially outside of the anecdote “I” should be used very sparingly. I think so far this is my biggest struggle. If I were to write it in third person? I wish I had s...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course COMP 0000 taught by Professor Dirickson during the Spring '13 term at TCU.

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