Our first two essays have focused on finding and following thematic threads, and then crafting an argumentative essay based on textual analysis. The third essay (this one) pushes these skills forward by bringing in the voices of others As we′ve been studying Doctor Faustus, I′ve given you various ″contexts″ to help you interpret the main ″text″. For example, it′s interesting to think about how the play ″performs danger″ by having black magic rituals acted out on stage. An essay could take this idea, integrate it with contextual/historical insight (magic was explicitly forbidden when the play was written) and think about how audiences reacted to such acts, both then and now. In this essay, you will be expected to add your own context and integrate it into your analysis. Now that you′ve finished the play, begin by briefly sketching a few of the most interesting themes, ideas, and character aspects of the text. This is to give you a basis on which to build your contextual foundation. Using the basic subject/theme/ideas in the book, Research your ideas further; find interesting ideas that others have put forward that you an use to bounce your own ideas off of (like from Library websites, Journal Bases, etc) Think of it as if you′re having a conversation with a person; they′ve spent some time thinking about this play and are telling you their thoughts, and you′re engaging with what they′re telling you and responding with something of your own. Keep in mind the point of the research is not to find people who have already argued what you′re arguing. Instead, bounce off them. Something like ″Others have said X about this topic in Doctor Faustus, but I say Y″ The basic essay structure will still heavily feature your own argument, but now you will have others arguments interwoven into the ″fabric″ of your essay. That is, don′t just randomly drop little pieces of others′ work into your essay without connecting it to any of your larger points. 2 sources – One from the book, one from library catalog/databases
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