This essay was written on November 28, 2019 for the purpose of practicing procedural writing.
I do not recommend using this this essay as a study material. A number of flaws exist in this essay and I don’t plan on revising it for the time being. For more information see Notes below.
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This essay was written for my Traditions in Children’s Literature course on November 21, 2019 and it surprisingly did not suck. So I decided to put it up here.
And by the way, Merry Christmas! 🙂
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This article was written as one of our assignments for Introduction to Western Literature.
Narcissus, known in Greek Mythology, was a man of striking beauty that had attracted many admirers. But to his arrogance, he disdained those who loved him and spurned them all, causing some to commit suicide, while some others calling on the goddess Nemesis to avenge him. Their prayers were answered when Narcissus was led to a forest, where he saw his own reflection in a pool. Allured by the great beauty in the water, the young hunter could not resist but gazed at his own reflection. Narcissus eventually withered away by the pool. His body disappeared and all that was left was a narcissus flower.
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The following is excerpted from a dialogue I had with my girlfriend, Clemence, after I shared breathtaking artworks created by Mini people with her.
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