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PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!! I REALLY NEED HELP! For a literature assignment, I wrote a letter to a Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, pretending to be the author of "The Yellow Wallpaper" - Charlotte Perkins Gilman. In it, I needed to speak about my experience and view of his medical practice for his "rest cure." Could you read my "letter" and correct any mistakes or improve what you think could be improved? Thanks! I really do appreciate it! =)

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Very interesting letter! I highlighted some things that I think don't sound right.. hope it helps! :D
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Thank you so much - I think the corrections that you made are great! =) I really appreciate the time and effort you took!

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