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An Interplay Between Novels

 For my last paper, I decided to do a Prezi to illustrate my thought process in writing. I feel that this paper is a proper culmination to a class that has challenged me to use different forms of media to express my ideas and opinions while upholding the creative writing process. 

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Henrietta Lacks, Reader-Response Theory, and the Limitations of Genre

          I am not a science person. I have never really enjoyed learning about scientific processes or methods,

and I do not gravitate to scientific writing when I am at a bookstore. But, I was assigned to read “The

Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” which is considered science writing. Initially, I thought that I would have no

interest or connection to this book, seeing as I have a clear disconnect with science. To my surprise, I

connected to the story of Henrietta Lacks like no other novel I have read before. Henrietta Lacks was a poor

African-American woman, whose cells were taken from her during the Jim Crow era. Her cells were cloned and

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Reconstructing Our Perception of Documentary: A Response to Caouette’s Tarnation

Reconstructing Our Perception of Documentary: A Response to Caouette’s Tarnation

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Originalty: A Figment of Our Imagination

Tyler Garber

Professor Dalke

Non-fictional Prose

17 September 2010 

Originality: A Figment of Our Imagination

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