anonymous
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Can some one please explain who Kimberly Koza is, i cant find anything on her and i need to get this test done before i lose internet connnection. and can someone please summerize the poem called Two Bodies and identify the theme of the poem to PLEASE I BEG FOR HELP.....ill fail otherwise....
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ik i put this in the history section i just reely need help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, what does the question say, first of all. The one about Kimberly Koza.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the question is to write a paragraph that explains how koza's statement applies to the theme of the section, include at least two supporting details or examples. be sure to include the title of hte section that indicates wheater the author comes from canada or latin america
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, what was her statement? Does it say, or did it mention it in the lesson/textbook?
anonymous
  • anonymous
her statement was by discovering the literature of our neighbors we may also learn about ourselves
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, okay. So she was the woman who wrote The Literature of America. Okay, another question. It says to explain how that statement applies to the theme of the section. What was the theme of the section of your (I'm assuming) lesson?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, we had a poem called two bodies...and a short story called no dogs bark...
anonymous
  • anonymous
and the aztec creation story
anonymous
  • anonymous
mkay, so what was the theme? If you want me to help you, I have to have more information.
anonymous
  • anonymous
im thinking it was literature......
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.perfectionlearning.com/images/products/pdfs/mv/readworld_se.pdf it has the index of some of the storys i have read in class.....i dont know if this will help though
anonymous
  • anonymous
literature isn't a theme...
anonymous
  • anonymous
but okay, give me a minute and I'll try and help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got the other question done, not this one but the one after it
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not going to write the paragraph for you, as this isn't a "do-someone-else's-homework" site, but I'll tell you this: Koza's statement related to the theme of the section because it seems each piece seems to be about love...have some connection to love. What Koza's statement is saying is that basically, in order to learn about ourselves, we must first learn to understand the people around us. We must learn to accept them, love them, understand them. Then, we will be able to do the same for ourselves. Does that help at all? I read the poem you mentioned, and I read about the theme of "No Dogs Bark," and I perfectly understood how they relate to Koza's statement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank you tons!
anonymous
  • anonymous
np :) If you have any more questions about it, or anything else, just tag me in another question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i will thanks again!
anonymous
  • anonymous
np

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