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Complete Part One and Part Two of the exam, writing your answers in standard, formal English that uses MLA format.

During the first week of class, we brainstormed on the topics of American Spirit and Frontier. During our final weeks, you repeated the exercise. Compare your answers from the start of the term with your answers from the end of the term. Choose either American Spirit or Frontier, and discuss how your ideas have changed from the start of the semester to the end. Your response should be a well-developed paragraph of at least 200 words.Part Two (75%), Select One of the Following Options:If you were to direct the film Unbroken, would you end it in the same place as Angelina Jolie did? Why or why not? In your answer, you will need to include 3 quotations from the book Unbroken, and explicate (explain and analyze) them by discussing their significance in terms of some of the following: Louies character development; the American frontier; American spirit; and the title of the book, Unbroken. Your response should be a developed short essay of around 500 words rather than three separate responses, and it should have a thesis claim that unifies it. Note: the quotations you choose need to be different from those used on the midterm, and you will need to introduce them appropriately with signal phrases and cite them through parenthetical citations.Select 3 quotations from the book Unbroken: briefly explicate (explain and analyze) them, and then compare them with how the film portrays the scenes or ideas in them. Your response should be a developed short essay of around 500 words rather than three separate responses, and it should have a thesis claim that unifies it (Hint: your thesis claim could address one of the American traits we have focused on in class). Note: the quotations you choose need to be different from those used on the midterm, and you will need to introduce them appropriately with signal phrases and cite them through parenthetical citations.Rubric