write a paragraph that answers the questions below. Include at least two supporting details or examples.
In “The Literature of the Americas,” Kimberly Koza writes: “By discovering the literature of our neighbors, we may also learn about ourselves.” Keeping this quote in mind, respond to the question.
Choose a selection from this unit, "Aztec Creation Story"
"Letter from Birmingham Jail" by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
"The Gettysburg Address" by President Abraham Lincoln
"At the Tourist Centre in Boston" by Margaret Atwood
"Day of the Butterfly" by Alice Munro
"No Dogs Bark" by Juan Rulf
"Two Bodies" by Octavio Paz
"Crossroads: A Sad Vaudeville" by Carlos Solórzano and write a paragraph that explains how Koza’s statement applies to the theme of the selection. Include at least two supporting details or examples. Be sure to include the title of the selection and indicate whether the author comes from Canada or Latin America.
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