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Table 22: Theses Comparisons (Squaring Your Introduction and Conclusion Paragraphs Exercise)
|Parts||Introduction Thesis||Conclusion Thesis|
|#1||Refers to title of the story||No reference to title of the story|
|#2||Refers to name of author||Refers to name of author|
|#3||She is presented as weak in that her daily activity consisted of tending her garden of chrysanthemums;||Elisa is clearly painted as a weak character. She is a lonely and detached woman. The chrysanthemums created a distraction from her loneliness, her isolation because of the fence around her, and the feelings of inadequacy.|
|#4||He implies that even though she fits a weak character, there are places in the narrative at the beginning that suggest some strong points and her longing towards the end.||Towards the end she questions whether or not she is strong. . . . Elisa started out as strong, but ended up as weak and somewhat resentful to the fact.|
|#5||There are a number of inferences that Steinbeck clearly illustrates how she is presented as weak.||No reference to the word “inferences”|
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