On Becoming a writer
The deal with the fact he wants to be a writer but at the same time having to follow the rules of a formal composition and what he really wanted to write.
When we refer to the act of narrating, as we refer to the idea of telling we mention characters, time, space as same as the author did. So in this essay on my point of view presents the story as The main idea of the essay is the fact that the author always had the desire to be a writer but he was faced with the difficulty of writing during his time in school, his English classes were very hard and confusing. The others points I found on this essay is:
● The author faced and thought that only the rich people could write, and that being a writer as professional did not have a good future, but even that he had begun to think about being a writer.So in his third year at college things changed for him.
● When his class was assigned to Mr. Fleagle, he was waiting another sad and dull year because the Mr. Fleagle was recognized as a even his physical characteristics made the students in the city do not have a good conception of
● Another important point that the author cites in his essay is he was not disappointed for a long time, because he expected a antipathetic professor. Also he cites the teacher wanted his students to like Macbeth, but the teacher did not know how to influence the students with that passion he had for Macbeth. The author makes a the classroom and is very interesting "do not you see," the author claims it as his teacher was placed in front of students in a tone of mild surprise ignorance of them. a narrative genre, whose function is to record personal experiences with the
intention that may serve as a source of information and learning for others.
This type of narration can be transcribed and published by numerous media outlets, among these, newspapers, magazines, books, websites, among others, characterize a document of considerable importance, with the audience as general public.
In addition the tone that experiences in addition to being widely used in the narrative genre.
The essay is a great narrative, the story actually is