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is anyone on here that would be able to help me. im writing a literary criticism paper and have about 5 pages to go but wanted to double check my grammar and punchtuations punctuations

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If you share it with me as a Google Doc, I'll comment on the first two pages. Applying similar edits to the rest of your doc should help you from there.
I've gotta go now, but maybe you'll get someone else.
A document can be checked for grammatical and spelling mistakes on Microsoft office 2007.

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I posted this to your question as well, This is a Writing Reviser site I hope it helps . http://www.sascurriculumpathways.com/portal/
Interesting! Have you tried the writing reviser feature? I'd love to know what you think of it!
This seems to demonstrate what the WR does, for those who are interested but don't want to register to learn about the program: http://www.sas.com/resources/demos/curriculum_pathways/writingreviser/writingreviser.html
Good find!
Thanks! This piqued my interest so I had to check it out

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