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The Comparison of George Moore and James Joyce

with their own sense of styles and their personal views of Ireland. There are many writers, such as James Joyce, Roddy Doyle, Edna O’Brien, George Moore, and Frank O’Conner who all came from different places in Ireland or even moved out of Ireland. James Joyce and George Moore are two good examples of the diverse authors. Surprisingly, there are a few things these two writers had in common, yet their writing styles were different. Despite the different styles of writing depicted by each author and...

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Collaborative Writing

“Tips for successful collaborative writing” by Stephen Wilbers If you ever have worked on a committee, task force, or project development team, you probably know the frustration of group work. If you’re lucky, you also know the joy.The nature of your experience depends on two factors: whether the individual participants share common, clearly defined goals and whether they know how to work together.All of this, of course, applies to collaborative writing, a collective activity that – perhaps as...

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Romeo & Juliet Language Exp.

what is written in modern-day time. This is mainly because they are not as obviously written in the play unlike today where it is easy to spot a simile or even another literary language like metaphors. His style is so different that our minds aren't used to interpreting such a difference in writing. Shakespeare's similes can seem hidden and some may argue that they aren't similes at all but they are there! There isn't a title for how the author of this play writes and it is most definitely English but...

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Descriptive VS. Narrative, You Decide

Many think that narrative and descriptive styles of writing are one in the same, but they are not. Although they complement each other for a complete story; you can successfully write using one style without the other. The authors Connell, C.M. & Sole, K. define narrative writing as, "Narration is storytelling from the perspective of a narrator, and the story may be true, false, imaginary, or a combination." (2013, chapter 6.3). When you tell a story you want your readers to experience it through...

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Doris Bergen's Adaptive Writing Style

Bergen’s Adaptive Writing Styles Doris L. Bergen is an extremely knowledgeable Professor of Holocaust studies and an astute author who focuses on many different aspects of the Holocaust and World War II. She has proven to be multi-faceted in her literature. Bergen's ability to reach a wide range of readers is evident, when looking at two of her different pieces of written work, "War and Genocide" and "German Military Chaplains in WWII and the Dilemmas of Legitimacy." She skillfully attracts the...

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5 Steps of the Writing Process

5 Steps of the Writing Process 1. Prewriting : Prewriting is the first step in writing. When you are prewriting you are writing freely without worrying about grammar and spelling. You are just getting all of your thoughts down on paper. 2. Outlining the structure of ideas: This step is taking all of your thoughts and sorting them into a more organized idea. It helps you develop a topic sentence. 3. Drafting: This is your first version of a complete paper or writing. 4. Revising:...

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Investigative Report

Jordan Frazier 719 Method Townes Rd, Raleigh NC (336) 263-8470 Memorandum Date: September 5, 2012 | To: Professional Writing Committee and Jamie Reed | From: Jordan Frazier | Subject: Writing Styles in Accounting | Purpose This investigation for the English Department’s Professional Writing Committee is focused on what kinds of communication people actually do on the job, how they do it, and how important it is to their job performance. This report will contain qualitative and quantitative...

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The Contrast of Virginia Woolf and Alice Walker

to contrast two author's points of view on the same subject. Reading one professional writer's rewriting of a portion of another professional writer's essay brings out many of each of their characteristics and views. Also, the difference in writing styles could be drastic, or slight. Nevertheless, the writers display how versatile the English language can be. Alice Walker was born in 1944 as a farm girl in Georgia. Virginia Woolf was born in London in1882. They have both come to be highly...

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Staton Reading Summary 1 Liberty

One Summary As an introduction to the text, Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing among Five Approaches, Cresswell (2013) first provides a purpose and rationale for writing the book. Although the purpose is not clearly formulated by the author, it is shown that Cresswell’s (2013) primary intention when writing the book was to fully examine the five qualitative approaches to inquiry. ” (p. 4). Moreover, no effort has been spared by Creswell (2013) to minimize subjectivity and personal...

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Poetry: a Comparative Analysis

confused about how I want to construct this paper. I want to attempt to analyze the writing styles of three authors, whose works are from the book The Art of Work. I chose to spotlight three poems: Me and My Work, written by Maya Angelou, Factory Jungle, written by Jim Daniels, and Share-Croppers, written by Langston Hughes. I want to show the relationship between the language the poets used in their writing styles and the content of the poems. The first poem I read for this assignment, Share-Croppers...

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