Alexys' Draft

Alexys Preston
10/3/13
Bradley Bleck
English 101
Chapter 2 Summary and Response

Bridgette's Draft

Bridgette Locke

English 101

Bradley Bleck

10/4/13

Zach's draft summary

Zach McWilliams
English 101
Professor Bleck
Oct. 3rd, 2013
Monkey Summary and Response (chapter 7)

chance's draft

When most people set out on a mission or an adventure they try and get to where they are going as soon as they can with some since of urgency. In most cases someone that is trying to fulfill something as great as becoming King or finding immortality wont let themselves get distracted. Well, with monkey it seemed that no matter how much closer he got to immortality he proceeded to take his sweet time as if time didn't exist. My finding will show how Monkey lacked a since of urgency on his adventure to immortality.

Mackenzie's Draft

“We call have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it take s an awful amount of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.” – Jesse Owens

Dannie's Draft

Dannie Baird
English 101
Bleck
October 1, 2013
The Outcome of Actions

Katie's Draft

Katie Peplinski
English 101
Bleck
Oct. 4, 2013
Summary and Response: Chapter 2

Stephanie's Draft

Stephanie Strong
10/4/13
English 101
Bradley Bleck
Monkey

Kiana's Draft

In society, success and fortune usually have a positive association, but all too often, it can go to one’s head. Greed and arrogance can kick in in the blink of an eye. Many people find difficulty balancing the desire for power and staying grounded while maintaining good relations with others around them. In the Chinese folktale, Monkey by Wu Ch’eng-en, translated by Arthur Waley, Monkey has fallen victim to this notion. Shortly after Monkey had returned to the Mountain of Flowers and Fruit with his new powers, he decided what he had was not enough.

Phoibe's Draft

Phoibe Purcell
English 101
Professor Bleck
4 October 2013

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