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Please help me with coming up with a thesis statement for this passage ?


In Cormac McCarthy's The Road, the father and an old man who is perhaps named Ely (167, 171) discuss God. Considering this passage carefully—“When I saw that boy I thought I had died.... What's wrong with that?" (172-173)—decide whether this scene answers an important question raised by the novel or alternatively raises questions answered more satisfactorily elsewhere.

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    What is it you intend to proove in your essay?

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    I have no idea where to start from ? I mean I don't get what it means by "decide whether this scene answers an important question raised by the novel" ?

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    I have no idea where to start from ? I mean I don't get what it means by "decide whether this scene answers an important question raised by the novel" ?

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