preswriteup.pdf - Yara Chabchoul Professor Alpert LIT 135 FY43 Summary of Presentation While working on this project I started off by creating the cover

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Yara Chabchoul 12-18-18 Professor Alpert LIT 135 FY43 Summary of Presentation While working on this project, I started off by creating the cover page. After that, I moved on to the third slide and made short points that expressed the idea that heroism did not lead to justice in any of the texts we have read this semester. In the fifth and six slides, I explained why heroism does not lead to justice in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and in The Buddha in the Attic by Julie Otsuka. For Things Fall Apart, I provided three quotations to support our claim. Then, in the slide about The Buddha in the Attic, I added two out of the three quotations that are present. In the sixth slide where I talk about the final novel that we read in class, I incorporated Scheub’s point of Trope to relate it to the claim we made earlier. I also managed to complete the last slide where I talk about how my partner and I see heroism and the
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