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ENC 1102 / Spring 2017, C 8 Session:
Final Exam
Consider some of the texts we have read thus far in class. In “My Father’s Noose”, the author wrote
about a mother who loved her son but damaged that love with anger and abuse. In “The Scarlet Ibis” we
read about a young boy who loved his little brother, but lead to that brother’s death due to excessive
pride (wanting him to be “normal” by the time school started). In “Adam” we read about a mother who
abandoned a son she must have loved due to alcohol addiction, and the step-mother (our author) who
loved this damaged boy but fought with frustration daily due to his condition. In “Joyas Valadores” we
are told that all hearts are damaged, scarred, bricked up, and in constant danger of being shattered.
The essay I just added to the “Class Readings” tab (by Francesca Martinez) is titled “Dear Stranger” – it
also discusses love, grief, and happiness.
This is your specific topic for the final exam: As humans we all love imperfectly;
write about a time you loved someone (or were loved by someone) imperfectly
or unwisely, and what the outcomes were.
ALSO: In this essay, be sure you include an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Use the
source/essay (by Martinez) I just added to “Class Readings” and include a passage you really liked – one
that you can “fit in” to your own essay. You may quote, paraphrase, or summarize. With your essay,
include a “Works Cited” page to cite the Martinez source. Remember to use the “hanging indent”
format. The essay by Martinez (“Dear Stranger” – the source you will use in your paper) came from a
collection of essays with an editor. Here is an example you can go by:
SELECTION FROM AN ANTHOLOGY:
Griggs, Brandon. “The 12 Most Annoying Types of Facebookers.” 2010.
75 Readings Plus, edited by Santi V. Buscemi, 10th ed., McGraw-Hill,
2013, pp. 187-192
(Note the author is listed, last name first, then the title of the essay within the book, the date the essay
was published, the editor, the edition, the publisher, the year of publication, and the page number).
Put your own source information in this same format.
Here is the needed information about your source:
The author is Francesca Martinez. The title of the essay is “Dear . . .”. It was published in 2015. The title
of the book is Dear Stranger: Letters on the Subject of Happiness. It is the first edition. The publisher is
Penguin Random House UK. The year of publication was 2015. The pages are 19-21.
Be aware of the due date for this exam. Submit via Turnitin. You may, of course, submit earlier if you
wish?

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