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You can carry the same subject through multiple actions in the same sentence without repeating "she" (or her name) over and over again; the subject in each additional clause should be clear to the reader. Something like: Jane opened her eyes and reached out toward her screeching alarm, fumbling as always to silence it before it woke the neighbor's ...


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Write the first draft. Then go back and revise according to whether it sounds right, and all the pronouns have a clear referent. After you revise to make sure you have a coherent plot and clear characterization and a distinctive setting. This is because you could revise this passage twenty times to get the pronouns right, and then realize the whole thing has ...


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