My process is a far cry from normal. While writing essays, I get as much information down on paper then organize the information into paragraphs. Once that is done, I tend to write the story over in a few different forms then keep my favorite one. Although this process may sound strange, it works for me especially when I am in my writing environment. Adjusting my writing environment would be quite troublesome due to the fact that I dislike writing in front of people or in busy, crowded places because I am easily distracted.
To my knowledge. And back to the writing in general - poor, at best. I couldn 't take the writing seriously, because it seemed choppy and almost conversational, but not a good kind of conversational. Like a conversational with someone that isn 't telling the story well. It was like the author was trying too hard for this book to be fun and light and cute... but it just seemed silly and poorly written.
Different jargon may be used, or it could have been written in a different time period which would make it harder. A change in a single word can really make a story one hundred percent different. (The Things They Carried,Pg 79) In the first reading, The Things They Carried, (Tim O’brien) if it were changed the story would be very different. One word or incorrect punctuation can change everything. For example, if the reading were called, “The Things They Left Behind”, it would have a sad twist
Additionally, I would say that my essay 's quality is poor because of the lack of analysis, the lack of organization, and the grammatical errors. The examples that I have mentioned are what I believe I need to improve on the most because it has been occurring throughout most of my writing. However, in this essay, the textual evidence and examples are what I think I did well
Clutter is an issue that needs to be fixed because we are bombarded by unnecessary writing, frills and meaningless jargon. This doesn’t help any ones writing. It causes readers to be lost and lose in the writing. If a reader is lost in a piece of writing, that will not continue to read. Cluttered writing leads to misunderstood pieces, leading the reader to move on to another
I did write for a while in spite of them; but it does exhaust me a good deal - having to be so sly about it, or else meet with heavy opposition. I sometimes fancy that in my condition if I had less opposition and more society and stimulus - but John says the very worst thing I can do is to think about my condition, and I confess it always makes me
When reviewing the essay, I wrote, I discovery several error in my writing. First error was when writing a paper, I usually choose the wrong word choices. I tend to have to many commas, and to many complex sentence. Accordingly, having improper punctuation that should not be with a subject or a verb. There was some fragment in the writing and incomplete sentences that did not belong.
My attitude started to change, becoming more rambunctious, starting to be more moody and gloomy, incapable of listening to rules. I was just getting worst by the days. All I really wanted was to have a little fun. For a sensitive person you get hurt very easily. I, being called names, was not the best