Sometimes, when we are involved with drafting an essay we get so caught up in what we have already drafted that we lose sight of what we "really" have to say. Step back for a few minutes. Think about what it is you really want to say to Carr, LeGuin, or Silverman. Then, take a look at what you have written. Did you learn anything from it? Did you realize that you wrote something that really should be included in your essay? If so, please add what you have learned or what you left out.