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Rafaelito Sy

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    I was born and raised in the Philippines. I migrated to the United States to earn a BA in English from Tufts University and then an MFA in Creative Writing from Cornell University. Currently, I volunteer as an essay coach and editor for First Graduate, a nonprofit organization that guides immigrant students to be the first in their families to earn a college diploma, and ghostwrite memoirs for https://storyterrace.com/.

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  1. 1. Before you begin to consider or rewrite your story premise, you must develop a simple "story statement." In other words, what's the mission of your protagonist? The goal? What must be done? To assert her presence in a society that dismisses her as invisible and voiceless 2. in 200 words or less, sketch the antagonist or antagonistic force in your story. Keep in mind their goals, their background, and the ways they react to the world about them. The antagonistic force is the Philippine class system as embodied by various characters. Among the primary ones are members
  2. 1. Before you begin to consider or rewrite your story premise, you must develop a simple "story statement." In other words, what's the mission of your protagonist? The goal? What must be done? To assert her presence in a society that dismisses her as invisible and voiceless. 2. In 200 words or less, sketch the antagonist or antagonistic force in your story. Keep in mind their goals, their background, and the ways they react to the world about them. The antagonistic force is the Philippine class system as embodied by various characters. Among the primary ones are me
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