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Literary Analysis Essay - The Road by Cormac McCarthy (2007)

Book: The Road by Cormac McCarthy (2007) Write a 5 paragraph essay analyzing ONE literary element (from the list below) from the book and include 3 pieces of textual evidence in the essay to support your analysis. choose just ONE of these elements to analyze: 1. Character 2. Conflict 3. Theme 4. Symbol 5. Plot 6. Setting
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