UoN Literature Question

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This is an important essay I need the essay in 2 days but I need the three other sources that you will use before tomorrow morning the sources have to be credible. I’ll give you a good tip for sendimg me the essay perfectly and sending me the sources tonight. please find the attached document for more information about the whole essay. Please right about the story “the Monkey Garden” by Sandra Cisneros. Again please send me the three other sources you will use before midnight.ARGUMENT – RESEARCH ESSAY
The Assignment:
For this essay, you will select a topic regarding the social, historical, political, or cultural aspect of a
literary work covered in the class, creating a documented literary composition.
Stated another way, you are creating a connection between the story and culture, politics, history,
or society. Basically, how is the story discussing politics, history, society, or culture? The argument
created is you proving that connection (via evidence directly from the text and from secondary
sources).
At the core of this essay, what you are doing is connecting a story to the outside/real world and
proving that connection.
Ways to Determine a Good Topic and Thesis:
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Consider a problem concerning a literary work, one that genuinely interests you. Set out to solve
the issue in your research and writing.
• For example, after reading “The Lottery,” you may wonder why the town still
participates in the lottery without knowing why it’s important.
Focus the problem into a question:
• Why does the town participate in something they don’t understand the importance of?
• Or, you may want to try to tie in the link to the assignment direction: What social and
cultural constructs persuade townspeople to participate in the lottery?
Create the thesis involving your solution.
• For example, Jackson’s allusion to societal and cultural constructs involving the desire to
be liked, the desire to be part of a community, and fear of rejection create a town
where everyone is willing to participate in the gruesome events of the lottery.
The next step involves researching for secondary sources to help you explain, develop, and
strengthen your ideas and opinions. For instance, you may incorporate comments from critics to
justify and validate your point of view.
• For the provided example thesis, I might use sources that explain the psychology behind
why humans feel the need to be liked, and I might use evidence from the text that
shows the strength of the community. Or, I might provide research on the bystander
effect or mob mentality, and use evidence from the text that shows the townspeople
acting as bystanders or a mob.
Content and Format Requirements:





This paper must be at least 5 pages, typed, double-spaced, with an appropriate 12-point
font.
You must include at least 3 credible sources as a supplement or evidence to your primary
source (your Norton Custom Library textbook); in other words, you should have a minimum
of 4 total sources.
Please use standard MLA formatting (name/page number in header, correct margins, fonts,
and so on), make sure to number your pages, and give your paper a good, descriptive title.
Do not forget to cite all of your work and include a properly formatted Works Cited list.
This paper must be submitted to Blackboard as a Word document (do not submit a PDF file
or any other non-Word document)!
Finally, I cannot emphasize enough that this paper must be your own work. Not somebody else’s. Not
some other “thing’s.” Please review the sections on your course syllabus reviewing Student/Academic
Course of Conduct or anything discussing Plagiarism—or visit with me! I’m always happy to answer any
questions if you’re confused on this issue. Good luck!
DUE Dates:




Rough draft is due before midnight, Friday, April 7.
o Rough drafts are mandatory! If you do not submit a rough draft, 10% will be deducted
from your final draft.
You will workshop a draft of your paper in class on Monday, April 10.
o Attending workshops are mandatory! 5% will be deducted from your final draft if you
do not attend this workshop.
Annotated bibliography is due before midnight, Friday, April 14.
Final draft is due before midnight, Friday, April 14.

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