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Illustrated Proverb

 

Select one of the proverbs looked at in Chapter 3.  Illustrate it.  You will be marked on the following:

 

- quality of your illustration (including use of colour)    15

 

- proverb clearly stated   5

 

- originality/creativity     5

 

Due Tuesday May 22

 

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There are six possible ways the story can turn out:

 

1) the girl will have the abortion (albeit reluctantly) and stay with the man;

 

2)  the girl will not have the abortion, having won the man over to her point of view;

 

3) the girl will have the abortion and leave the man;

 

4) the girl will not have the abortion and leave the man;

 

5) the girl will not have the abortion and the man will leave her;

 

6) the girl will indeed have the abortion, expecting in this way to stay on with the man, but after the operation has been performed, he will abandon her.

 

Considering all of these possibilities, what do you think will happen?  ?Provide supporting evidence and arguments.2 - 3 pages.  Typed.  Double spaced.  Font 12.  Times New Roman.

 

Value:  30      Due Wednesday

 

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