Creative Writing

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  • Systemic Functional Linguistic

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    Systemic functional linguistic (SFL) is a theory of language that it focuses around the notion of language function; a central notion is "stratification", such us that language is analysed in terms of semantics, context, lexico-grammar and phonology-Graphology. The context focuses on three kinds. They are field, tenor and mode. Field deeps on what the text is taking about, for example "medicine, education or science". Tenor is the relationship between participants. It is the power of relation. It

  • Rutilio Hughes Analysis

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    Rutilio Hughes, a second year students, who is currently pursuing an Associate degree in Business Management, is addressing the issue of abortion. He believes that abortions should not take place unless it is for a good reason such as a result of being raped or decreasing the population and merely a result of having unprotected sex. He also believes every woman has that choice to determine what she wants to do with the fetus, but he believes that it deserves to live because it is a living organism

  • Analytical Skills Analysis

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    Analytical Skills Analytical Skills are the ability to visualize, gather information, articulate, analyze, solve complex problems and make decisions (Cariaso & Regala, 2016). Analytical skills are essential in the classroom to ensure necessary problem solving occurs to keep productivity. According to Sternberg (2006), analytical skills are the skills primarily measured by traditional tests. Sternberg (2006) stated that analytical skills are important to a successful performance in college. According

  • Last Rites For Indian Dead Analysis

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    In this comparison essay, I will be pointing out the differences between “A Proposal to Draft America’s Elderly” and “Last Rites for Indian Dead.” The articles have many differences, but I have narrowed it down to four main points of each essay to base my argument on. This makes it easy to compare the differences of the two essays. Comparatively, I feel like “Last Rites for Indian Dead” has a more compelling argument than “A Proposal to Draft America’s Elderly” for more than one reason. Honestly

  • Exile In 20th Century Literature

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    the heart of this paper is the quest to answer the contemporary question regarding how exile influences the mindset of a writer. Besides, the paper addresses how such mindset alterations influence his or her creations. Characterized by language and writing, literature, similar to all forms of art, depend on a public (Berg, 2012). As such, the study of any literature written in the English language constitutes English literature with the writers coming from across the world. Contemplating on the issue

  • Amy Tan Mother Tongue Analysis

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    Essay #1 There are so many different forms of English that are used on the daily basis that we unknowingly switch up on. Some are based on the people that we are around and others are in the area or even situation that we may be in. we rarely notice when we change from one form to another. In Amy Tan’s article “Mother tongue” she shows how her mother’s unique English led her to go through many trials and obstacles and was overlooked by many. In this essay, I will show how some of the issues that

  • Essay On How To Improve Chinese Writing Skills

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    How to Improve Your Chinese Writing Skills? If you could write a good Chinese essay, it means you may reach a very high level of mastering Chinese. You may very admire that someone could write a very nice Chinese essay. However, become a good Chinese writer is not innate, as long as you grasp the right writing method of Chinese, you could write good Chinese essays someday. Here are 5 ways to improve your Chinese writing skills. 1. Enlarge your Chinese vocabulary Just like the bricks to the buildings

  • The House On Mango Street Analysis

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    In The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros the author, selected a unique structure and writing style for the text. The book is constructed from a variety of small stories also known as vignettes narrated by the main character Esperanza. This is definitely a different style from what we are accustomed to, yet it reminds me of poetry. It is easily readable and the simplicity of the text allows readers to focus on imagery. At the start of the novel, we meet a family living in the city of Chicago

  • Anna Hope's Short Story: A Gap Of Sky

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    feelings of irreverence and rebellion towards her surroundings and complains about how her responsibilities have been shoved upon her all her life. It makes her realise her physical and mental freedom, but also opens her eyes to things not related to writing her essay. And so, she stumbles upon the next stage – she enters the British Museum, where an exhibition on life and death is held. Here, Ellie is overwhelmed by an all-dominating headache, leading her thoughts on the track of death. Her thoughts

  • Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter Of Intent

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    Did I use my critical analyzation skills when I wrote my letter of intent for my Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing class? To order to answer this question with honesty, some variables need to be considered. How much time did I spend on the letter? What is the significance of the letter? What was understood in this letter? What are Martin Luther King Jr. connotations to me? Therefore, to answer my initial question of was my letter of intent critically thought out, I must step back and consider