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YOUR BRAIN ON FICTION Arianne Frias - 301129569 Comm 171 Sec. 407 Centennial College C O M M 1 7 1 A R I A N N E F R I A S
Annie Murphy Paul - a magazine journalist and book author who writes about biological and social science. CONTEXT OF READING - Published in March 18, 2012 - New York Times - The article explains how our brain works when associated with words. Context of reading and background of the author C O M M 1 7 1 P A G E 0 1 A R I A N N E F R I A S
Brain scans are revealing what happens in our heads when we read a detailed description, an evocative metaphor, or an emotional exchange between characters. The stories that this research is showing, stimulates the brain and even shows how we act in life. MAIN ARGUMENT C O M M 1 7 1 P A G E 0 2 A R I A N N E F R I A S
Smell - gave words like "lavender", "cinnamon", and "soap". 01 Metaphor and texture - used metaphor to explain the texture like "he had leathery hands". 02 SUPPORT C O M M 1 7 1 P A G E 0 3 A R I A N N E F R I A S Motion - describing motion.

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