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SUBJECT AREA Literature
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 8th July 2019
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response essay

Respond to the film, The Namesake, in a four-to-five-page essay. Use MLA Style. In the first paragraph of the essay, make sure to introduce the article or the film. State the title and author, as well as a broad summary. Then, make a point about the article or film. In the body paragraphs, use PEET to develop or support your main idea. Quote the film or article, and provide specific examples to support your responses. Use MLA Style to cite the quotations and specific summaries (anything you had to look up), and cite the primary text or film to which you are responding on the Works Cited page
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