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For this unit’s Portfolio you will be writing a comparison-and-contrast essay to demonstrate similarities and differences in regards to theme. You must use two of the following selections from your lessons:
“Raymond’s Run” “The Drummer Boy of Shiloh” "Forest Fire"
"Always to Remember" "The Story-Teller" “The Finish of Patsy Barnes”
The Trouble With Television

Please help me write an essay

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  1. 1. "You must use two of the following selections from your lessons"
    Which two have you chosen?

    2. What is the theme in each one? (Think of the theme as the underlying message the author wants the readers to get — to take away after reading the story or book.)

    3. Write "a comparison-and-contrast essay to demonstrate similarities and differences in regards to theme."
    https://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/comparcontrast.html
    Remember: Compare = similarities; contrast = differences

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