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To a Sad Daughter Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Pretend you are the parent of a daughter turning sixteen and you want to give her something special for her birthday. You decide to write her a letter as a "gift" of advice for her future. What would your letter say?

Consider the encouragement to "Want everything" and write an essay on how children who take this advice seriously will lead their adult lives.

Your hometown is trying to raise funds for a professional women's hockey team. Write a letter to the newspaper editor thoroughly explaining your feelings for or against the new team.

Write a poem that begins with the lines: When I thought of having sons/ this isn't what I thought.

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This section contains 113 words
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