In Lessons 3, 4, and 5 we investigated some elements that will be important to your rough draft and final paper. This discussion is designed to allow us to recognize how a famous American writer, over 100 years ago, used these elements in a compare and contrast essay. Maybe you will gain some ideas or inspiration from his writing.
There are two parts to this discussion.
Both of these elements are graded. Answer everything in complete sentences.
In your initial discussion post, answer only one (1) of the following questions, based on Reading 6—Two ways of seeing a river. Write 4-8 sentences, using one direct quotation from the reading. The direct quotation should be less than 25% of your answer. Direct quotations are always enclosed in quotation marks.
Do not answer all four of these. Answer only one.
At the top of your post, indicate whether you answered number 1, 2, 3, or 4.
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