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Ewrt 1 c class 48

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  • 1. EWRT 1C Class Class 48
  • 2. AGENDA •Themes and Tensions Room/Theory •Introduction to Paper #3
  • 3. GroupDiscussion: ThemesandTensionsandQHQs.Focusonaclosereadingofapassage(or passages)thatyoucouldusetodoacriticalreadingthroughatheoreticallens.
  • 4. Themes and Tensions
  • 5. QHQ • You can read the responses to the homework in the comment section online.
  • 6. Essay #3: Response to the Novel • The Writing Assignment • In a thesis driven essay of 4-7 pages, analyze one or more aspects of Elie Wiesel’s Night, Cormac McCarthy’s Outer Dark, or Emma Donoghue’s Room. Consider using one extrinsic theoretical lens (Feminist, Psychoanalytic, or Trauma theories), we have practiced this quarter to complicate your argument. Aim to convince readers that your interpretation adds to the conversation among those who read stories and write about them. Back up your analysis with reasons and support from the story. Use the critical strategies that we have practiced this quarter. See the complete assignment on our website
  • 7. Due before the Final  Submission Requirements: Please submit an electronic copy to palmoreessaysubmission@gmail.com  Format Requirement: MLA-style formatting and citations  Length: Your finished text should be between four and seven pages, excluding the Works Cited page.  Research Requirements: 3-5 secondary sources are required for this essay.

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