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LITERARY ANAYSIS: Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist

You can use any of the terms, concepts, and themes from 'Bay Guide '2' or 'Bay Guide '3' Also closely follow the instructions attached in the 'Literary Analysis' instructions document As far as obtaining a copy of the book, there are various sites you can obtain a copy of the ebook or maybe you can find the full pdf somewhere.
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