Journal Entry: Why the Re-Write… This week, students have been asked to complete the Creative Resp

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Why the Re-Write… This week, students have been asked to complete the Creative Responsive Writing Assignment which allows them to choose one of the short stories read during the course, and write their own version of it. In this week’s journal entry, students must explain what they’ve done with the creative responsive writing assignment. What story did they choose to re-write and why? What aspects of the original story did they change? What did they leave the same? What aspects of the original story did they find problematic? Did their re-write address those problems? What did the students learn from this assignment? Please address these questions in a two to three page journal entry. Your journal entry must be typed in double spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font with one inch margins at the top, bottom, left, and right. Story is Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston (use the following link)

https://biblioklept.org/2013/01/21/sweat-zora-neale-hurston/

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Journal Entry: Why the Re-Write
Story "Sweat" by Zora Neale Hurston
Parts Covered;
(a) What I have done with the creative responsive writing assignment.
(b) What story I choose to re-write and why?
(b) What aspects of the original story I changed change?
(c) What did I leave the same?
(d) Aspects of the original story that I Found Problematic
(e) What I learnt from this assignment
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Journal Entry: Why the Re-Write
"Sweat" by Zora Neale Hurston
With the creative writing assignment, I have analyzed the literature and visually
demonstrated my comprehension of the details. By choosing a short story entitled "Sweat" by
Zora Neale, I was able to read the book several times hence creating its imagery, understanding
the symbolism and the themes of the story. From the reading, I was able to select a scene which I
liked most and the one that I felt best illustrated my point.
I choose to rewrite the short story the "Sweat" by Zora Neale. This is because the story is
rich in its use of symbolism especially in the writer's attempt to bring out the theme of women
empower...

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