Plagiarism In Letter Katrina

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Greetings, Katrina. This letter is written with the best of intentions: to ensure your success in future endeavors. Unfortunately, I strongly feel as though your essay is the product of plagiarism, which is deemed an intolerable act by our School Board. To elaborate on my perspective, borrowed information should always be in quotations. In the fifth edition of The Bedford Handbook, Diana Hacker states, “Three different acts are considered plagiarism: failing to cite quotations and borrowed ideas, failing to enclose borrowed language in quotation marks, and failing to put summaries and paraphrases in your own words.” In your essay, you provid me with a very insightful “definition of Middle English from C. Hugh Holman’s A Handbook to Literature,”

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