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Reconstruct the narrative of Richard McGuire’s Here by photocopying or scanning at ~5-15-pages from the text and rearranging them in a particular sequence to write in your own dialogue. Follow your reconstruction with a 400-750-word synopsis, framing various differences between McGuire’s version and your own by using key terms explored

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ASSIGNMENT : original reconstruction of McGuire’s Here 400-750-word synopsis 150-200 word abstract As demonstrated and discussed in seminar, reconstruct the narrative of Richard McGuire’s Here by photocopying or scanning at ~5-15-pages from the text and rearranging them in a particular sequence. Use white out (or a digital editing platform like Adobe) to write in your own dialogue. Final proofs can be handed in as either color hard copies or digital files. Follow your reconstruction with a 400-750-word synopsis, framing various differences between McGuire’s version and your own by using key terms explored in class this summer. 

Use the pictures in the file below. (Pages from Here)

Use the book  • H. Porter Abbott, The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative. Print. 

 Use framed and embedded narrative.

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