Letter To Professor Kemp: Rhetoric And Composition

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Dear professor Kemp,

In Rhetoric and Composition I, I have some thoughts and concerns. My aspirations for this course is to both better my writing and rhetorical analysis while reading. My goal for this course is to better my writing and my vocabulary. As for my concerns, I fear that I will not make the page limit for assignments. Hopefully, I will have enough to write about that this will not be a problem, but it is defiantly a concern.

sincerely,
Adeline Goss

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