Title

Daybook

Document Type

Research Paper

Comments

This undergraduate scholarly work was presented at the John Hazen White School of Arts & Sciences First Academic Symposium on April 28, 2010. Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island. Sydny Loughlin's work was nominated by Dr. Jim Brosnan, English Department. Her work was selected as an Outstanding Contribution to Undergraduate Scholarship.

Abstract

The daybook assignment in the Honors Composition class was a daily homework exercise students were required to do in order to expand their expression and writing skills. We could respond to any prompt of our choice or we could take it as an opportunity to explore a more poetic area of interest. Consisting of 50 total pieces, I decided to turn my Daybook assignment into a daily log of poetry.

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