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Weekends she watched Babe Ruth baseball from behind the chain link fence at the high school.
5.10 Revising the Narrative Portion of a Memoir
She believed David loved Paula because Paula plucked her eyebrows. The Nile is the longest river…. I think if you considered these ideas, it might help you come to understand the overall meaning more clearly. I remember the long hunts for a dress around times when greenifeld was a party. I looked until I was ringside, until I was the fighter in the modest black trunks.
You have many run-on sentences and honestly, I KNOW you know that you need to capitalize the first letter in a sentence!!! I think you are completely right, Claire.
It was all right in the days when she had to make my dresses a little longer in the front than in the back to make up for the way I stood, with my legs pushed back and my stomach stuck out. Then the girl realized that eewing would sew for other people and she still sewed for her daughter too.
The ocean was enough. I agree, you can tell there is a very close bond maka the mother and the little girl. Someone once compared writing a poem and hoping it will change the world to dropping rose petals down a deep well waiting for the splash. I start to worry. This passage has great detail and you can picture the story in your head. My work Was never finished. To improve or expand, you could analyze the mood or the theme. How does it help you learn about Tyler as a person?
How they loved and needed me How my smile is filled with hope And my spirit sets them free How my eyes shine, full of light How good they feel when they hug me tight. This story was almost sad because her mama did so much for her and was always sewing for her greejfield she never said thank you and was always so mean to her mama.
I feel like some people take these things for granted. I could probably fill in all the gaps I had when read this.
What is the internal response? Borrow one of the lines, letting the line lead your thinking.
“Mama Sewing” by Eloise Greenfield | Ms. Quinson’s 8R English Class,
It shows though what moms are for because no matter what, your mom will always be there for you and care for you. Why do I bite my nails? My mother then convinced Me to take violin lessons. And why does it matter that eloiee mother knew? You can also show your internal responses through actions! I think a lot of people take their mothers for granted these days.
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