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What do these texts suggest to you about ways in which individuals pursue or compromise their happiness?

Can I please get a thesis? Like a general one without including the texts. I'm having trouble figuring it out.

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  1. What texts?
    What did you learn about ways individuals pursue or compromise their happiness?

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  2. What texts? You should write your essay first, then write your thesis statement/opening paragraph.

    https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/

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  3. I'm supposed to be doing it on the short story pauls case. But it's supposed to be a personal response so I wanted to write a short story

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  4. Will your teacher permit a short story rather than an essay?

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  5. http://cather.unl.edu/ss006.html

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  6. Yes. We are allowed to write a narrative story

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  7. Ok. Then you don't need a thesis. Good luck with your story.

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  8. Really? I dont.can I get a link that shows how to format it?

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  9. There is no format for a short story. Usually it has characters, a plot, climax, and ending.

    This site should help you.

    https://gerardbianco.blogspot.com/2014/03/my-six-step-formula-for-writing-short.html

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