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English 1: What can you do now to make your biography less disjointed than Twain’s?

Let’s first talk about how Mark’s autobiography turned out. In my opinion, he wrote a pretty decent story of himself but there are some things that don’t make the story as exciting as I would like to see it. One of the things about the autobiography that makes it boring is that it has no order and unfinished stories.

However, I like reading the content that is in it written because this helps me analyze the mistakes he’s made that I may not commit them when I write my autobiography later in the future. Mark Twain was indeed good at describing with what he wrote. I realized that we can describe and generate pictures in readers minds as is imagining them or seeing them, but if there is no order in your story the reader will lose interest in it.

What are the things I can do to make my autobiography less disjointed than his? Well, there are a couple of things I could do to make my autobiography less disjointed. I could order the events not exactly chronologically, but in the importance they had in my life. For example, instead of beginning with my date of birth (DOB) I could begin with a story of an important achievement and go back in time to describe how I achieved it. Mark Twain sometimes doesn’t even describe how events came to be, he just adds them in there and describes the event, but not the series of events that came before or after it.

Another thing to make my autobiography less disjointed, I could start with making the incidents that occur in my life. Before writing my autobiography I choose the ones that might be of greatest of interest to the reader and ignore the ones that are less important. Then, I could order those events in any way I would like them to be, making the reader understand my life, get interested in it, and be able to impact or teach his.

I hope y’all enjoyed this essay as always THANKS for reading it. Have a great rest of your day! I’ll see you soon.

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