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This paper should have 5 sources from https://www.jstor.org/ only as well as a total of 8 in text citations
Introduction. The first sentence of your essay should introduce the work by stating the full title of the work and the full name of the author, poet, or playwright. (Use the author’s last name only for any subsequent references.) Then, provide a very brief summary of the short story (1-2 sentences). Keep your summary concise; assume that your reader has read the text in full. Next, briefly state any basic information your reader will need to understand your argument, such as details about the author, the work’s context, or the topic, moving from general ideas to more specific ideas.
End your introduction with a clear thesis statement. Use the working thesis that you’ve been developing since the beginning of this research project, and don’t forget to check your Research Proposal feedback in our online course to see if you need to make any changes to it. You are also welcomed to make changes if your argument has changed a little over the course of your research. Remember that your thesis should be one sentence only that clearly states your overall claim and lists your supporting points. Your supporting points should be the 3 literary elements that you wish to analyze. Your thesis should be specific, interesting, debatable, and clear. Use the link above for a review and a list of examples.
Body. Every paragraph in the body of your essay should work to support your thesis. Dedicate one body paragraph to each of your 3 supporting points (the literary elements that you chose to analyze), and discuss your supporting points in the same order as they are listed in your thesis. Use topic sentences at the beginning of each body paragraph to introduce each point, and use transition words (first, next, finally, etc.) to move from point to point. Introduce, cite, and explain specific examples from the text to support each point using summary, paraphrasing, and quotations as necessary, and use enough examples to support each point thoroughly. Refer to the chart above that shows how you can use different types of sources within your essay as support. Avoid excessive summary in your analysis. Don’t just identify a literary element and move on to the next one. Instead, discuss how that element supports your claim and contributes to the work’s overall purpose or message. See the table below for details. Essays that use too much summary will lose points.
Conclusion. End your essay with a conclusion that reiterates your thesis and main points in light of the information provided in your body paragraphs. Avoid using the exact same wording that you used in your introduction, but keep your supporting points in order. Make sure your audience understands why your analysis is important to the overall message of the work. The goal of your conclusion should be to make a lasting impact on your reader.

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