LITERARY CRITICISM SOURCES (below) HENRIK IBSEN Literary Criticism 11 19 2020.ht
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LITERARY CRITICISM SOURCES (below)
HENRIK IBSEN Literary Criticism 11 19 2020.html
https://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/cs6/ibsen.html#continuing (Links to an external site.)
https://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095927982 (Links to an external site.)
TO SAVE YOU TIME (THIS CLASS IS REALLY SHORT), I POSTED LINKS (above) TO SCHOLARLY LITERARY CRITICISM for you.
ASSIGNMENT for RESEARCH PAPER
Read IBSEN’S HEDDA GABLER.
Provide three (3) full pages of discussion, focusing on Hedda Gabler Tesman’s personal qualities as perceived by George Tesman, Judge Brack. and especially Eilert Lovborg). Consider societal values of the time (especially regarding women). Make certain that you include an equal amount of discussion from each critical source.
Select two (2) ideas from each source of literary criticism for this assignment. This means you must include a total of four (4) ideas from the literary criticism. You MUST PARAPHRASE or SUMMARIZE the information you borrow from the two literary sources. DO NOT QUOTE FROM THE LITERARY SOURCES (literary criticism). Keep your ideas from the literary sources brief – no more than one-two sentences each.
Include PARENTHETICAL DOCUMENTATION along with each of your four ideas from the criticism. This ensures that the author of each borrowed idea will receive credit for his or her idea(s) and helps you to avoid plagiarism.
You may use Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide (online guide) to correctly document the sources in your paper.
Include no more than two (2) brief quotations from the play. The length of the brief quotations should be between one (1) to two (2) lines each.
Basically, you must include YOUR WORDS/IDEAS along with your FOUR IDEAS from the LITERARY CRITICISM and TWO QUOTATIONS from the work of literature, the play.
GUIDELINES FOR PAPERS
Include a minimum of six (6) well-structured paragraphs (introduction, four (4) body paragraphs, and conclusion.
Write in 3rd person.
Use present tense to discuss literary work(s), but past tense to discuss author(s).
Include title(s) and author(s) in the introduction.
The thesis must be the last sentence in your introduction.
Your topic sentence must be the first sentence in each body paragraph.
Include a minimum of 7-8 well-structured sentences in the introduction and in each body paragraph.
Include a minimum of three (3) sentences in the conclusion.