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English 1900e (2008): Essay 2

Posted: Oct 04, 2008 10:10;
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For this project, you may write an essay or, if you receive my permission in advance, a creative project (I will give permission for a creative project only to students who scored B+ or higher on their first essays and who discuss their plans with me in advance).

If you are eligible for and choose to ask permission to do a creative project, we will discuss the precise details of your project before you receive my permission.

If you are writing an essay, you should develop your own topic using the techniques we have practiced in class. Some possible starting points for your thinking include:


The goal of this assignment is to give you some further practice in developing and writing University-level research ideas in literature and to let you apply the techniques of idea generation we have been using in class.

In addition, this essay should be used to address problems you may have had in the first.


For this essay, I will be following my standard rubric.

Dues dates, length, etc.





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