Comparisons of Real and Fiction

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Chris Roberts 12-7-99 College Writing Ms. Dillon Comparisons of Real and Fiction While reading the book Theft by Joyce Carol Oates I found that often enough or for the whole time I did not think that the story was fiction at all. It drew me into its reality and then gave it an ending for me to rest on. The biggest part of this story to making someone think it is a real true …

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…flows carelessly without very much guidance to believe weather this is a true story or not. Which makes this all the more reason to believe why this absence is here in the first place; most likely the author is trying to make the reader believe that it is a true story and that by letting the reader decide on their own they will make the conclusion to what the author wants them too. Bibliography NA