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    about writing?”. My expectations for her visit would be simpler advice, but as I listen to her, she gave me a few advices in a different way that I didn’t expect. After meeting her, my ways on how I write improved through her various advices. There were some advices Rachel Hadas gave me that could help me become a better writer. First, she said. “All because your writing is neat; it doesn’t mean that your paper is good”. Most of the time, I tend to write bullshit on most of my papers and then…

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    to Read and Write was written by Frederick Douglass, an abolitionist in the 1800s. Douglass was a slave who strived to learn how to read and write so he may forge his papers to become a free man. The autobiography explains to the reader the obstacles and strategies the author adapted in order to learn how to write. The passage explained his struggles he faced learning how to write as an indoctrinate servant. Douglass did not have the privilege to be formally taught how to read and write. He took…

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    When I Learned to Read and Write. I first started reading and writing in preschool, my teacher was very helpful and did everything she could do to help me achieve goals, and become who I am today. When I was younger I would pretend that I could read and I would read to all of my toys. In preschool, my teacher saw me trying to read so she came over to me and started to help me sound out the words and form the sentences so that I could read. The first book I read was Dr.Seuss’ “Green, Eggs and…

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    on Mango Street”, in the vignette “Born Bad”, Aunt Lupe encourages Esperanza to continue to write because writing will “keep you free”. Writing can be an avenue of freedom in so many ways. Writing has the power to make a person feel as if they are escaping a prison in their mind full of words and phrases that they do not know what to do with. The second they write down those words and phrases they are free of themselves and their thoughts. Another way writing can be an avenue to freedom is by…

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    fall to the hands of the free market. The federal government has allocated billions of dollars to over 900 companies through the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 or TARP (Times, 2016). In a section of this bill it states that some of these companies are to repay the funds received and then that money will be given back to the taxpayers (Times, 2016). However out of the few that have supposedly paid back the money what has been done to benefit…

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    sarcastic thank you letter, and lastly analyzing a cliché. Writing for the “I’m a Fan” try it helped me practice my free writing. It allowed me to quickly turn my thoughts into words on the paper without the use of an outline. The random first line generator was helpful in my creative writing. I chose to use it as practice to write without an outline but also without a set story already in my head. I wrote from line to line as I finished each one. It helped me with quick thinking and again…

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    It started with free writes to help with our fluency, to class discussions, peer editing, and your revisions of our essays. All these of have definitely helped me with the writing process and becoming a better writer. For my case study I have chosen my most recent essay, the argumentative piece on Spare Parts: Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and the Battle for the American Dream by Joshua Davis, published in 2014. I choose this essay because I feel it exemplifies my best writing.…

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    Entry 1 Runaway Slave JULY 8TH, 1850 My name is Kitch Robinson. I’m a seventeen year old slave in Boston Massachusetts. I got the diary from my mother who I was separated from by a white man that bought me. She taught me how to read and write at a young age. She told me to keep this journal, and write in it everyday so that one day when (if) I’m free I can show others how terrible life is as a slave. The way my life is going I’d thought I never be free. Life is Hell here, I get whipped if I…

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    liked but never got a chance to read about them. And that made me enjoy reading about my favorite athletes, their life stories and how they succeeded in their lives. From there the love of reading progressed and I started reading about different topics. Along with sports I started to read about history and how the people lived before our time and what happened…

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    in quiet places where I have the ability to write with no interruptions. My mind has to be completely free of all other thoughts to write a great paper. Having time beforehand to think about what I am going to write about helps me to be able to sit down and immediately start writing. I also feel successful when I not only write a lot, but when all of the writing is good, I feel as though I have many strengths as well as weaknesses. For example, my writing is decent, but I do not do so well…

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