Narrative comments

I love Kate’s narrative, Canoeing. I particularly enjoy how she used vivid imagery in her writing like when she says, “You could see the light filtering through the topmost leaves; see the dust in the dim light.” You can really picture the scene in your mind. Or when she describes her canoeing adventure by saying, :The water was cool, and even though the guides had insisted that there weren’t alligators at this time, we tried not to go too deep, and stayed inside the canoe. There were some fish, flitting around, shimmering in the murky river.” She is showing us with her descriptions and not telling us what to think. Read more of her narrative on her blog by clicking the link below.

Try commenting on other students’ blogs by writing a comment in your own blog and linking to their written work. It’s fun, easy, and you’ll expand your readership a bunch.

Kate’s blog

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