ASSIGNMENT ID
1010784
SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Creative Writing
CREATED ON 15th June 2019
COMPLETED ON 16th June 2019
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Poetry Unit Assignment

(Assignment copied and pasted) You will select a poem of your choice*. However, this poem needs to be atleast 150 words in length, and something at a senior High school level. *Note: The poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost, can not be selected. ** I have attatched the assignment page with FULL details and the rubric. Please refer to them
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