ASSIGNMENT ID
114031
SUBJECT AREA Literature
CREATED ON 1st March 2017
COMPLETED ON 2nd March 2017
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$30
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Comparative Literature Theme Paper

My teacher wants the paper to be in 3rd person. I would like my paper to be focused on Margie Piercy's, "Barbie Doll" and Jane Martin's "Beauty". The title page and cite page wont count in the 3-5 pages already written. I would like to have 4 pages just to be sure she doesn't try and take points off. Again thank you so much!
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