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Edgar Allan Poe’s essay on short fiction Assignment

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EN 220 Prof. Tursi Spring 2014 ASSIGNMENT FOR THURS 2/13: Edgar Allan Poe’s essay on short fiction READ Edgar Allan Poe’s essay “The Importance of the Single Effect in a Prose Tale” and RE-READ his two short stories ANNOTATE the essay so that you can speak to: the specific arguments Poe makes how he makes those arguments
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Unformatted text preview: what “voice” (tone) he uses and how you recognize it • where in his short stories you see him deploying the aspects of effective short fiction that he talks about in his essay • where in his short stories you find him failing to deploy the aspects of effective short fiction that he talks about in his essay...
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  • Spring '14
  • ReneeTursi
  • Short story, Edgar Allan Poe

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