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Literary Analysis Essay.Choose two events from two different works that you really reacted to as a reader. Briefly tell about the events and explain why you liked or disliked them. Make sure that you don't summarize the entire plot of the story though. Why were the events significant to the overall plot of the story? Did you learn anything about yourself as a result of the events?

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  1. anonymous
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    please help me

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    is it a math question ?

  5. anonymous
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    no

  6. anonymous
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    it is for a essay

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    sorry

  8. anonymous
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    I have to do it over the lorax and the outsiders please help me

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    @TheSmartOne

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    please help me

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    help me please

  14. misssunshinexxoxo
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    I am going to help you :)

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    thank you

  16. misssunshinexxoxo
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    Who's the author?

  17. anonymous
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    what do you mean by who is the auther?

  18. misssunshinexxoxo
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    What book is this for?

  19. misssunshinexxoxo
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    Lorax by dr seuss?

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    yes and it has changed it is this now Discuss how two characters from two different works learn something about themselves throughout the course of the story. Do the characters serve as an example for the reader? What can you learn from the characters as a result of their experiences, struggles, etc.? Don't just point out the things they have learned, but explain the significance of these examples as well.

  21. anonymous
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    it is lorax by Dr.seuss and the outsiders by S.E. hinton

  22. misssunshinexxoxo
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    The Lorax is the story of a boy who's looking for answers. Living in a ruined town, this little guy wants to know the story of the Lorax, so he goes to the Once-ler, an elderly inventor/manufacturer. Doc Brown—ahem, the Once-ler—tells the boy how the town came to be ruined, and most importantly, what he can do to turn things around.

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    The Outsiders is about two weeks in the life of a 14-year-old boy. The novel tells the story of Ponyboy Curtis and his struggles with right and wrong in a society in which he believes that he is an outsider. Ponyboy and his two brothers — Darrel (Darry), who is 20, and Sodapop, who is 16 — have recently lost their parents in an automobile accident. Pony and Soda are allowed to stay under Darry's guardianship as long as they all behave themselves. The boys are greasers, a class term that refers to the young men on the East Side, the poor side of town. The greasers' rivals are the Socs, short for Socials, who are the "West-side rich kids."

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    The example of lorax moral is If this were a story for grownups, the book jacket might read something like this: The Lorax depicts the battle between environmental activist the Lorax and his arch-nemesis the Once-ler, a greedy inventor who has opened a factory in town. This kind of message isn't universally popular with parents, especially those involved in the logging industry. Answering such critics, Seuss said, "The Lorax doesn't say lumbering is immoral. I live in a house made of wood and write books printed on paper. It's a book about going easy on what we've got. It's anti-pollution and anti-greed" (source). So if you're a fan of pollution or greed, this book might not be for you. Otherwise, there's definitely some redeeming value. Although the message—take care of the environment and the environment will take care of you—is easy to explore as a real life issue, The Lorax is about as far from realistic as you can get. As far as we know, most fish can't walk on land and most environmental activists don't pop out of cut-down trees. But these fantastical elements help lend a timelessness and universality to the story—making it a Seuss classic and giving it top billing on Shmeuss.

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    For the outsiders ealistic family love. Family love and the intricate relationships that are forged therein is another theme touched on in Chapter 1. During adolescence, many people begin to examine their own roles in their family structures. Ponyboy's relationship with his two brothers symbolizes the traditional dual-parent relationship. Darry has taken over the role of the father, the disciplinarian and the rule maker; Ponyboy even notes a physical resemblance between his real father and Darry. Sodapop has become the nurturing mother; he always sticks up for Ponyboy and tries to explain Darry's love for him. Also an issue within any family is an individual's own expectations of other family members. For example, in the novel, Darry wants Ponyboy to get all A's and expects nothing less. However, Ponyboy wants Darry to be supportive, regardless of the grades he receives. Colors in a black and white world. This theme focuses on a teenager's tendency to see only the extremes of an issue, not the gray areas. This idea underscores many issues that affect an adolescent's life.

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    Read these then re read that question; if you still can't do it I will help write it out

  27. misssunshinexxoxo
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    Think about what is similar and different

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    give me 10 min

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    @misssunshinexxoxo

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    @misssunshinexxoxo

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    this has to be 4 paragraphs but I got the first one

  32. misssunshinexxoxo
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    "The Lorax is the story of a boy who's looking for answers. Living in a ruined town, this little guy wants to know the story of the Lorax, so he goes to the Once-ler, an elderly inventor/manufacturer. The Outsiders is about two weeks in the life of a 14-year-old boy. The novel tells the story of Ponyboy Curtis and his struggles with right and wrong in a society in which he believes that he is an outsider. Both significantly overcame struggles in their childhoods and grew up in a complex society and lifestyle which lead to success.

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