Introduce the text they’re discussing in a clear manner. Provide detailed analysis of a specific scene or stanza and explain how it relates to the larger themes or messages of the text in question. Avoid too much summary; assume that your audience has kno

For this essay, you will write a 4 page, double-spaced close-reading a particular scene or conversation from a story (or a stanza from a poem) and examine how it reveals the work’s larger thematic concerns. The purpose of this exercise is to practice detail-oriented, evidence-based analysis that does more than merely summarize the events occurring on the page. You might consider and include information garnered from the textbook’s author biographies, or your own research. Most importantly, all essays should quote the texts you’re writing about and offer thorough analysis in your own words. You may write about any text from reading materials I provided. Successful essays will do the following: Introduce the text they’re discussing in a clear manner. Provide detailed analysis of a specific scene or stanza and explain how it relates to the larger themes or messages of the text in question. Avoid too much summary; assume that your audience has knowledge of the text in question, and instead focus on analyzing the scene you’ve selected. Cite specific descriptions and lines of dialogue from the text. Guidelines: Essay should be double-spaced throughout, with 1 inch margins. (NOTE: the Microsoft Word default is 1.25 inches. You will need to change this). Please adhere to the page limit; your essay should fall within the specified parameters. Essays that fall short of or go drastically over the limit will be marked down. This essay is, in part, an exercise in concision. Your essay needs a title that relates to the subject matter.

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