Personal Narrative: Myself As A Writer

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In the words of Margaret Atwood, “If I waited for perfection… I would never write a word.” As a writer, particularly one in an academic type setting, there are certain expectations professors have for their students; thoughtful responses, cohesive arguments, superb vocabulary, and proper citations. These aspects are deemed “perfection”, as they are the qualities that will most likely earn the student an A. However, “perfection” is rarely, if ever achieved. For me, I began this semester far from perfection. I always considered myself a fairly strong writer. I took honors and AP English all throughout high school, and while those years helped foster and develop my writing skills, I have learned that those skills are still developing to this day.

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