The Characteristics Of The Odyssey In The Odyssey

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Question 1 “Thesis”:
A good thesis statement is a clear, concise, and arguable answer to an interesting and significant question about your topic. The thesis should be generated from details about the text and should not be obvious to another reader.
Question 2 “Weak to Strong”:
I found that the strongest thesis statement was c because it was clear and did not make an observation that is too broad. The second strongest thesis is a because it is not an obvious observation but uses colloquial language. It was not the strongest but it was stronger than the others. The weaker thesis is b because it lists what the essay will be about. A good thesis does not resemble a shopping list. The weakest thesis is d because it is very vague and unclear.
Question 3 “Guess the Thesis”:
As iron is forged, so does
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Odysseus gains true strength in purity and similarly improves by becoming a great war hero.
2) Iron’s steadfast endurance is matched by its potential to act as an agent of destruction; Odysseus prepares for a battle at his homecoming and destroys the traitors in his home.
Thesis: In The Odyssey, Odysseus displays many characteristics similar to that of iron, a powerful and dangerous material.

Question 4 “Thesis Development A”:
P1: Rama believes that an individual should not be concerned with the problems they encounter because they do not have control over them.
Throughout the epic, Rama has a belief that he has a purpose to attain and that he does not have control over the problems he encounters. In the first text, he speaks of how he knows he has encountered a problem but it is not his fault because it was meant to be.
P2: Rama is convinced he, like many others, have a duty to follow.
Similarly, in the second text, he is convinced he has a duty to follow and that duty is to not be king because that is Bharatha’s duty.
P3: Our purposes are specific to

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