Writ 036-302: Fictional Shanghai
Letter of Reflection
During the rst half of my critical writing seminar, Fictional Shanghai, I
primarily focused on improving my writing via greater attention to prewri
Justicatory Propositions / Skeletal Outlines
In Class Peer Review Work
The formation of a unique Shanghai culture contradicts the theory of colonial modernity.
-Shanghai culture is unique.
-The theory of colonial modernity states
When a writer sets out to create an essay or other written work, it is important to have a clear goal in mind.
Typically, the goal is to support a proposition (which is likely justicatory or explanatory) with clear and logical
reasoning. In justicatory wr
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Keyword Synthesis Exercise
Peer Review of
Proposition: The city of Shanghai is a unique cosmopolitan center due to diverse inuence from many different
countries across time.
Plan: The essay starts off with a proposition. Then, two paragraphs are devoted t
Peer Review of Final Essay
The city of Shanghai did not develop due to installment ction.
The essay begins with providing background premises and introducing a justicatory proposition. Then, a
refutation of the propo
Nestorian Order of Chapter 6 of Des Forges
Shanghai ction continued to develop and become more modern as a result of more modern women, the
combination of business and pleasure, and Marxism.
Shanghai ction continued to evolve and
Writ 036 : Fictional Shanghai : 9-6-12
Like many moral and ethical systems in culture, my personal system of morals is based predominantly
around the extent to which actions cause harm to others against their will. Similarly to the ideas of Ric
Keyword Synthesis- 3 Outlines and Abstract
Growing Chinese Inuences in New Zealand: Chinese Gardens, Identity and Meaning
by James Beattie
Source: Beattie, James. "Growing Chinese Inuences in New Zealand: Chinese Gardens, Identity and
Final Research Skeletal Outline
Proposition: Jerome Silbergeld, James Beattie, Ye Xiaoqing, Meng Yues, Craig Clunas, Kenneth Hammond,
and Alexander Des Forge all suggest that Shanghai gardens were more complex than earlier gardens.
Letter of Reection
When I enrolled in the Fictional Shanghai writing seminar, I was fairly condent in my writing. My recent
summer job revolved around writing high-level papers for
Explanatory Proposition Outline- In Class
Proposition: Shanghais public parks served as safe ghting grounds for settling disputes.
Police were stationed in public parks for protection.
There would be many people in public parks, ensuring an audi
Custom Proof Reading Sheet- Writ 036 Fictional Shanghai
Although the city can be Although the city can be
rather gloomy and even
rather gloomy and even
depressing at times,
depressing at times
Complex Synthesis Essay
While the name Garden City applied to various locations in China throughout the Ming and Qing period, the
nal city to hold the title was Shanghai. In the late Qing period, the gardens of Shanghai were kn
Outline 1: Away from Nanking Road
Type of Text: Scholarly research text; from a journal
This was clear because of the sub-structure used. It was not book length and was clearly
Authors Field: Commerce and Culture in Modern Shanghai
Although Ive lived in four major cities over the course of my life thus far, Ive never yet been to the west coast.
Despite being within a few hours of driving while living in Logan Utah, I never managed to visit the city of