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How Is Hiroshima Commemorated as a Triumph or a Tragedy?

Action Plan:

How I will conduct the research:

* Articles on the commemoration of Hiroshima.
* Books on the commemoration of Hiroshima.
* Websites on the commemoration of Hiroshima.

Sub-Questions:

* How do the Americans commemorate Hiroshima?
* How do the Japanese commemorate Hiroshima?
* How do the Americans and Japanese differ in their commemoration of Hiroshima?

Layout:

Paragraph 1:

In paragraph 1, I will give the reader a brief synopsis of my essay, and summarise the key points that I will talk about. I will also inform the reader about what the Hiroshima event actually was.

Paragraph 2:

In paragraph 2, I will talk about how the Americans commemorate Hiroshima, and their views on the event, whether they are positive or negative. I will also talk about how they actually, physically, commemorate Hiroshima and what the Americans do to remember it, whether it is through prayers, a parade, or a day of memorial.

Paragraph 3:

In paragraph 3, I will talk about how the Japanese commemorate Hiroshima, and their views on the event, whether they are positive or negative. I will also talk about how they actually, physically, commemorate Hiroshima and what the Japanese do to remember it, whether it is through prayers, a parade, or a day of memorial.

Paragraph 4:

In paragraph 4, I will talk about how the Americans and Japanese may differ in their commemoration of Hiroshima, and what their different viewpoints and perceptions may be, I will use examples from paragraphs 2 and 3 as evidence, to support my points. I will also talk and explain about the main reasons and causes behind their different commemorations.

Paragraph 5:

In paragraph 5, I will summarise the main points of my essay, show the contrast and compare either side, America or Japan, and conclude the essay. I will also voice my own opinions, and talk...
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