Final Paper (1500+ words) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 points (thoughtful a
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Final Paper (1500+ words) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 points (thoughtful analysis integrated with multiple examples of critical scholarship with few to zero spelling or grammar errors, citation to assigned texts only, no use of “I”)
This paper is a 1500+ word essay (exploration)*** into textual analysis based on one or more of your quiz or discussion prompts. You must reference at least two critical sources (Tatar, Marina Warner, etc) and at least three versions of written fairy tales in your essay. It should be produced with clear, sophomore level college writing with few to no spelling and grammar errors.
Be sure to identify which prompt(s) you are answering and/or merging. Please resist doing additional research beyond the critics you have read for this course (you can use one or more of the extra articles in your textbook). You should be delving into the primary text(s) assigned for the course and applying the critic’s(s) concepts to answer the prompt(s).
Format- MLA (no footnotes), link to MLA: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html (Links to an external site.)
Length- 1500+ words before Works Cited page
Purpose- Textual Analysis with the use of select critical sources. This is NOT a research paper.
Word Doc or docx- If the document is corrupt or will not open you receive a zero.
***Please spell and grammar check. I beg you. You have cool ideas and some strong, perceptive, analytical abilities. However, if I can’t understand your sentence structure then all of that is lost.
You will be producing a final draft of the essay by 4/26/20. This is due in the appropriate dropboxes by 11:59 PM.
Hints to expand what you have already written:
Take a prompt based on a written fairy tale and add a film.
Find a prompt that uses a critical concept that you are very comfortable with. Use three written fairytales, instead of one for an application of that critical concept.
Look for a prompt that specifies a character. Track that kind of a character through multiple fairy tales (note that you must reference at least three written versions).
Plagiarized essays with receive a zero for the course and be reported to Security as intellectual theft.