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During the course of the semester, we have read and discussed a representation of literary genres: a graphic novel, play, novella, and a poem. The authors who wrote the stories of Nasser Ali Khan, Firdaus, Gallimard, and the “best minds of [a] generation” have provided us with non-linear narratives and non-traditional literary styles as a metaphor to deliver insight into how society acts as a character in the formation of these characters’ identities.
Literary Theories lecture and websites
Chicken With Plums by Marjane Satrapi
Woman at Point Zero by Nawal El-Saadawi
M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang
Howl by Allen Ginsberg
Select three of the four literary texts from the course and determine a common thread among those texts. In a 5-7 page essay, compare and contrast those texts to prove your chosen point/topic. Your essay must also include at least three of the literary theories in its analysis.
Essay Check list:
-The introduction acquaints the reader with the general idea of the essay’s topic through an engaging hook.
-The writing in the introduction goes from general to specific, resulting in the thesis at the end of the introduction.
-T-he introduction states the name(s) of the main text(s) and author(s) being discussed in the essay.
-The thesis statement specifically states the main idea of the essay, so the reader knows what s/he will be learning about before s/he reads the essay.
-The language of the thesis conveys an original and arguable claim, specifically about the text being discussed, not an over-generalized idea.
2. Body Paragraphs (TEA/PIE):
-Each body paragraph contains a topic sentence that extends from the thesis and states a point that will be proven in the paragraph.
-Each topic sentence contains language which demonstrates a clear transition from one paragraph to the next
-Each body paragraph contains supporting details in the form of evidence/quotations that serves to back up the claim made in the thesis and topic sentence.
-Quotations are cited according to MLA format: “Can you cook books and feed them to your husband?” (Dangarembga 54).
-Each body paragraph contains concluding sentences which analyze and explain how the reader is expected to interpret the supporting details.
-The paragraph’s concluding sentences explain how the supporting details explain the topic sentence.
-The conclusion begins by restating the thesis in other words.
-The conclusion recalls the most significant supporting points of the essay.
-The end of the conclusion (and end of the essay) leaves the reader with thoughts regarding the significance of the paper’s topic and the paper itself.
-The conclusion includes a mention of the text(s) and author(s) for the reader.
-The essay is free of proofreading errors, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
-The essay is written in present tense.
-The essay avoids over-generalization and maintains a focused analysis of the text only.
-The essay answers the prompted topic and adheres to the required guidelines.
You have to follow the format presenting in sample essay.