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"The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose(111)." Mary G.
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Don't forget to put your first name and last initial after each post to make sure that you receive credit.

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"The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose(111)."
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"The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose(111)." Mary G.
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The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose.
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"The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose(111)."
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Don't forget to put your first name and last initial after each post to make sure that you receive credit.

*[[Readings for February 4]]
*[[Readings for February 11]]
*[[Readings for February 18]]
*[[Readings for February 25]]
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The idea of writer-versus reader-based prose: is a useful one to address in the writing class because it helps students understand that the first drafts of all writers, even experienced and accomplished writers, may be characterized by writer-based prose.
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