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Object essay

Pick an object you own and likely treasure—importantly, it should be an object that has no obvious value (cars, computers, jewelry, family photographs, etc. clearly communicate monetary or emotional value). This object should be the last thing that a robber might steal from you (think: a rock, a worn book, an old t-shirt, etc.). In your essay tell the stories that connect you to that object, exploring questions such as: “What does this object mean to me?” Or, “What do I understand about this object that I didn’t before I started writing about it?” Be specific in telling stories that connect to the object, including lots of descriptive words, specific names and places, and, as much as you can, dialogue to bring the reader into these moments. We’ll be using pages 91-101 to develop your writing. Link your object and its personal value to your reader. As Ballenger notes, “The personal essayist must always find some way to hitch the particulars of his or her experience to something larger—an idea, a theme, or even a feeling that readers might share” (73). By the end of your essay, you will need to find this connection: how does your experience with this object connect to a larger “idea, theme, or feeling”? Essay Requirements Final length: 3 full double-spaced pages (1” margins/11 or 12 point font) Draft process includes: Assigned sketch, in-class draft, draft for my review and draft for peer review Keep all drafts and create a new file for each draft using “Save As” each time you work out a significantly different draft. Follow MLA formatting rules for headers and page numbers
Pick an object you own and likely treasure—importantly, it should be an object that has no obvious value (cars, computers, jewelry, family photographs, etc. clearly communicate monetary or emotional value). This object should be the last thing that a robber might steal from you (think: a rock, a worn book, an old t-shirt, etc.).
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September 18, 2016
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September 19, 2016
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overall good but couldn't pass the subject. need to revise again.
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