The assignment for this lesson is to write a letter to Edward Abbey that explains why one of his arguments in “The Damnation of a Canyon” is unconvincing. Your letter should be about four paragraphs l

Your letter should be about four paragraphs long, and each paragraph needs to do a different job.
You should have created a draft of this assignment in the writing activity called “Prepare an Argument.” If you didn’t complete that activity, you should go back and do so now. If you have already completed the draft, continue to the next page to start revising.

The assignment for this lesson is to write a letter to Edward Abbey that explains why one of his arguments in “The Damnation of a Canyon” is unconvincing. Your letter should be about four paragraphs l

Your letter should be about four paragraphs long, and each paragraph needs to do a different job.
You should have created a draft of this assignment in the writing activity called “Prepare an Argument.” If you didn’t complete that activity, you should go back and do so now. If you have already completed the draft, continue to the next page to start revising.

The assignment for this lesson is to write a letter to Edward Abbey that explains why one of his arguments in “The Damnation of a Canyon” is unconvincing. Your letter should be about four paragraphs l

Your letter should be about four paragraphs long, and each paragraph needs to do a different job.
You should have created a draft of this assignment in the writing activity called “Prepare an Argument.” If you didn’t complete that activity, you should go back and do so now. If you have already completed the draft, continue to the next page to start revising.

The assignment for this lesson is to write a letter to Edward Abbey that explains why one of his arguments in “The Damnation of a Canyon” is unconvincing. Your letter should be about four paragraphs l

Your letter should be about four paragraphs long, and each paragraph needs to do a different job.
You should have created a draft of this assignment in the writing activity called “Prepare an Argument.” If you didn’t complete that activity, you should go back and do so now. If you have already completed the draft, continue to the next page to start revising.