Are you really, really, really good at what you do?

     Are you really, really, really good at what you do?  DO you remember how, when young, repetition of words for emphasis brought the meaning home?  I was reminded of this by a student whose questioning about repetition throughout an essay had me jump up and find some strong examples of when and how an author effectively repeats a thesis, the theme, or even a symbol to keep the reader focused on the author’s purpose.  Why then are so many of us hesitant to use this technique?  Instead of scrounging around for a hundred different ways to say the same thing, focus on a clear way of describing and discussing your main point. If you highlight your thesis statement as you work on your essay, your writing will become more focused and your argument contained.  TRY it- then practice- and become really, really, really good at what you do-

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