Some people believe that there is only one foolproof plan, perfect solution, or correct interpretation. But nothing is ever that simple. For better or worse, for every so-called final answer, there is another way of seeing things. There is always a œhowever.
Assignment: Is there always another explanation or another point of view?
The essay should not be more than 56 lines. Diction should reflect mature, adult words. Sentences should be varied in length. Supporting examples must include the book , œThe Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald. The essay must capture and maintain readers attention throughout. It must be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills that go beyond the usual consideration of an issue.