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Please help with this? Read "The Tortoise and the Hare." What do the characters experience in the story? In a paragraph of at least three sentences, choose either the Tortoise or the Hare and write a parallel plot that tells a portion of the story from that character's point of view. So, I have read it. Does the question mean that I have to write something from one characters point of view? Ex: The hare's point of view "The tortoise is so slow upon his feet. There is no way I could lose a race against someone as slow as he is! Or so I thought. When I awoke from my nap.." And so on.

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Yes. Continue with what you are doing. You have the right idea. Great Job!
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