Bronx Masquerade Character Essay. Corrections for Mrs. Michel. Some General Comments:. A good title shows your reader the direction of your essay. Write about literature in the present tense (even if the story happened a long time ago.)
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Corrections for Mrs. Michel
Major Errors (Mandatory)
New Final Draft (Optional)
On separate, lined paper:
copy the original sentence that contains the major error (sentences marked with “X” in the left margin)
name the error the sentence contains
write a corrected version of the sentence.
Hand in a new final draft of your essay, changing as much or as little as you see fit. Make sure that all of your changes (even major errors) are highlighted in your new final draft. You will hand in your first final draft with the new final draft by class on Friday.
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