Lessons Learned from Commentary

What I learned from writing the commentary for the English exam is that in some of my main body paragraphs I fall into the habit of making generic comments on stuff like “vivid imagery” when there is none apparent.  I should instead get straight to my more developed points about possible interpretations of cited passages.

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The evidence for your argument consists of details from the text. If you do not refer to details from the text, then your argument will lack supporting evidence and will fail to persuade anyone.

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