This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an
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This exam requires that you critically read a work of literature and explore an aspect of it by presenting an argument using the text itself to support your assumptions. You should have accessed, downloaded, and read three different pieces to choose from for your final literary analysis.
Choose one of the three options provided.
After reading the literary work, write an essay, using MLA guidelines for format and citations, that analyzes/explores/explicates an idea/theme/character that the author/poet/playwright is exploring in the piece.
Be sure to discuss the literary devices your author is using to explore their ideas in the text.
Use plenty of evidence from the original work to support your argument.
Essays do NOT require a Works Cited page since you are NOT allowed to use any secondary sources. ALL of your supporting evidence should come from the text you are analyzing.
Include an introduction that starts with an attention getter and ends with a thesis.
The thesis should state the name of the work you are writing about, the author of the work, your claim/argument about the text, and the literary devices you will be discussing in the analysis.
The body of the essay will have topic sentences, transitions, and ample support from the original text using proper in-text citations according to MLA format.
You must also have a conclusion that satisfactorily wraps up the ideas you presented in the body.
Should be 3-4 pages in length and follow all MLA guidelines for formatting.
Failure to include these major parts in the essay will cause serious point deductions. Please be sure to use plenty of evidence from the story, poem, or play to prove your thesis. Any essay that does not have ample supporting evidence from the original text, with proper MLA in-text citations, will not receive a grade higher than a 70.