Title

Béchamel

Class Year

2017

Document Type

Creative Writing

Date of Creation

Spring 2017

Department 1

English

Abstract

"In fluid, confident prose, this essay deftly moves through fascinating historical background on one of the ‘mother sauces’ and into a story of mother-to-daughter education before turning its focus to a story of learning through a blend of past teachings and independent experiences.” - Elissa Washuta, Author, Judge for the Virginia Woolf Essay Prize

Comments

Written for ENG 306: Writing the Memoir. Received Second Place for the 2017 Virginia Woolf Essay Prize.

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