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A FIRST LOOK 1. In the previous content pages, you were presented with this question: Create an Outline for a composition based on literature that you have studied in which the author examines the effect of adversity on the human spirit. What idea(s) does the author develop regarding the effect of adversity on the human spirit? Develop an outline by providing specific supporting details from the literature that you have chosen. In response to question 3 of that lesson, you formulated a thesis for a critical essay based on this question. Present your thesis statement in the space that follows, being sure to identify the literary text(s) you've chosen to use. In the short story “The Dancing bear”, author Guy Vanderhaeghe expresses the idea of adversities affect on the human spirit through Mr. Bethge’s experiences. The author shows no matter what age, gender, or mental capability; if you do not allow others to create adversity for you then your human spirit can remain positive. 2. In a previous assignment, you wrote an introduction for a critical essay in response to the question on adversity on the human spirit. Submit your introduction to the assignment dropbox. Consider the following assessment criteria as you work on the assignment.
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