Write a well-reasoned, thesis-driven argument paper in which you investigate an author with the purpose of making an argument about their continued inclusion in the Western Literary Canon.
1. Does this author's work bring richness to the Western Literary Canon? In which way?
2. Does this author benefit and contribute to a modern academic conversation? In which way?
3. Does this author deserve to remain in the Western Literary Canon? Why?
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