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Ehsen Nadeem
English III, Period 5
L. Pennington
September 2nd, 2014
Summer Reading
(The Mice and Men) Writing assignments (Essays)
Friendship:
When we talk about friendship their many places where you can make friends but the most important thing about friendship is what kind of friends you make because it can change your life they can lead you to a good or they could mess up your future but in the Mice and men there are two people who stand out the most and have a strong bond that makes them close friends.
They are George and Lennie they are both important to each other especially because of their goal of having their own farm for Lennie his friend George is the most important person in his life because George protects him from trouble. In Lennie’s life George’s approval and disapproval really matters to him because of how close they are whenever he is about to do something wrong he would think back about what would George would think about his decision.
But George actually says that he would be happy if he could work alone because doing stuff with Lennie could be really hard since he acts less mature and causes too much trouble. But for George even though he is pretty annoying he knows the fact that both of them have the same dream he would still go through everything to protect him where ever he goes he will always be with him and together they will make sure that they could achieve their goal.
Some of the few examples are when Lennie mistakenly kills his own dog and then Curley’s wife but then he is worried that once George knows about what happened he will get angry and probably get mad over him but George was the type of person who would instead of getting mad at him he would try to get him out of all kinds of tough situations go through town to town not to run away but help him get through his problems this showed how supportive he can be of…...

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...sources as you go by placing citations immediately after the info you took from a source or after a direct quote. You cannot just put a citation at the end of a long paragraph if it contains both information from a source and your comments. When you use one citation at the end of a paragraph, it looks like everything in the paragraph came from the source. Direct quotes must have quotation marks around them or, if the quote is 40 or more words, be indented without quotation marks. The quote must also have a proper APA style citation following it. Long quotes are done line this: Xxxx yyyy zzzz aaaa bbbb qqqq ffff ssss llll gggg, tttt, yyyy and llll. Rrrr hhhh jjjj wwww nnnn dddd mmmm bbbb. Xxxx yyyy zzzz aaaa bbbb qqqq ffff ssss llll gggg, tttt, yyyy and llll. Rrrr hhhh jjjj wwww nnnn dddd mmmm bbbb. Xxxx yyyy zzzz aaaa bbbb qqqq ffff ssss llll gggg and llll. Rrrr hhhh ww nnnn dddd mmmm bbbb. (Moore, 2011) Notice the period goes before the citation on a block quote. Normally, the period goes after the citation, like this (Moore, 2011). Please avoid long paragraphs. They are too difficult to follow and it is better to have multiple short paragraphs of three or more sentences, than one long paragraph that extends for a couple pages. Whenever there is a new idea, make a new paragraph. Level 1 Heading Again Level 1 does not mean Section one. You can have multiple level 1 headings as they are used to head main topics. Level 2 headings are for sub-topics under level on......

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