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Read the prompt and then answer the question that follows. Based on your research, identify and analyze a human rights issue in your novel and show how it relates to issues and affects people within the United States and one other country. What two things are you supposed to connect? (10 points) A historical document in English and a document in another language A constitution from another country and the Constitution of the USA A novel written by your author and another novel written by someone else A human rights issue in your novel and a human rights issue in real life
I believe the right answer is D.
i know the answers can't be A or C
Im just confused whether is should be B or D... I am leaning more towards D though
You are right, it is D. It reads in telling you that you need to identify an issue from your novel and one from real life. A is out, because nothing was said about a historical document in the first place and it doesn't jive with the question, B is out because human rights aren't in relation to the constitution in this sense at least, and C is out because this isn't about mere novel reading and which novel is better than the other. Good job. :)
thank you so much for helping me confirm the answer!!!!!!!!!!!!! thank you for your time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :):):):) @Atsie
No problem :)) Have a good day.
thank you! you too! :)) @Atsie