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Day 377

Another rewritten segment of my AP Lit paper!...

To be unconventional is not to be kind, but rather to be true to oneself. For example, in Daisy’s romance with Mr. Giovanelli, presumed to be superficial by Winterbourne. However, when Winterbourne catches her and Giovanelli at the Colosseum, he sees first hand that she has pure intentions, despite what the European elitists think of her. In Ellen’s case, she chooses to live life as she chooses, divorcing her husband, moving around as she pleases, and ultimately represents an unconventional life for Archer, one he eventually rejects.

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