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   Research

  Essay

  

   For

  this

  assignment,

  you

  will

  write

  a

  literary

  analysis

  research

  paper.

  

  This

  is

   not

  all

  that

  different

  from

  the

  response

  papers

  that

  you

  have

  constructed

  for

  essay

   #1

  and

  #2.

  The

  major

  difference

  with

  the

  research

  paper

  is

  that

  it

  must

  contain

   outside

  research.

  

  -­‐ Steps

  to

  follow:

  

  

  

  

  

  

   Requirements:

  

   1.

  Decide

  on

  a

  topic

  

  

  

  

   3-­‐4

  Pages

  

   2.

  Conduct

  research

  

  

  

  

   Title

  

   3.

  Develop

  a

  thesis

  

  

  

  

   Standard

  Font

  

   4.

  Create

  an

  outline

  

  

  

  

   12

  Point

  Font

  

   5.

  Write

  a

  first

  draft

  

  

  

  

   Documented

  Citations

  

   6.

  Revise

  

  

  

  

  

   3-­‐4

  Sources

  

   7.

  Turn

  in

  Rough

  Draft

  for

  feedback

  

   Typed,

  Double-­‐Spaced

  

   8.

  Revise

  

   9.

  Submit

  final

  draft

  

   -­‐Deciding

  on

  a

  topic-­‐

   To

  decide

  your

  topic,

  you

  must

  first

  select

  the

  literary

  text

  you

  wish

  to

   analyze

  in

  your

  research

  paper.

  You

  may

  chose

  from

  any

  of

  the

  texts

  found

  in

  our

   textbook.

  The

  only

  restriction

  is

  that

  you

  may

  not

  choose

  the

  same

  text

  that

  you

   selected

  for

  paper

  #1

  or

  #2.

  I

  would

  also

  strongly

  suggest

  staying

  away

  from

  poetry

   as

  it

  is

  hard

  to

  analyze

  to

  the

  length

  of

  the

  requirements

  for

  this

  paper.

  (On

  the

  back

   I

  have

  included

  a

  list

  of

  works

  that

  I

  would

  suggest.

  These

  are

  pieces

  for

  which

  I

   know

  you

  will

  be

  able

  to

  find

  adequate

  research.)

  

  

   Once

  you

  have

  selected

  your

  text,

  you

  must

  decide

  what

  literary

  element

  you

   wish

  to

  analyze

  in

  your

  research

  paper.

  You

  may

  again

  chose

  from

  any

  of

  the

   elements

  that

  we

  have

  discussed

  in

  class

  or

  that

  can

  be

  found

  in

  your

  book.

  (See

   back

  for

  examples!)

  

   Conducting

  Research-­

  

   For

  a

  literary

  analyze,

  your

  sources

  should

  be

  the

  primary

  text

  (the

  text

  that

   you

  are

  analyzing)

  and

  secondary

  sources

  (articles,

  essays,

  papers,

  etc.

  in

  which

   someone

  else

  has

  analyzed

  that

  same

  text

  and

  addressed

  the

  same

  literary

  device

   that

  you

  are

  trying

  to

  analyze).

  

  

   Developing

  a

  Thesis-­‐

  Once

  you

  have

  chosen

  your

  topic,

  conduct

  your

  research

  and

   evaluate

  your

  sources

  and

  information.

  From

  this,

  you

  should

  be

  able

  to

  write

  a

   clear,

  concise

  thesis

  statement.

  Here

  is

  an

  example

  of

  a

  good

  thesis

  statement:

  In

   Nathaniel

  Hawthorne’s

  The

  Minister’s

  Black

  Veil,

  the

  veil

  that

  Mr.

  Hooper

  wears

   becomes

  a

  symbol

  of

  human

  sin.

  

  

  

  

  

Suggested

  Texts:

  

   Kate

  Chopin,

  The

  Story

  of

  an

  Hour

   William

  Faulkner,

  A

  Rose

  for

  Emily

   Charles

  Dickens,

  Hard

  Times

   Herman

  Melville,

  Bartleby,

  The

  Scrivener

   Ernest

  Hemingway,

  Soldier’s

  Home

   Anton

  Chekhov,

  The

  Lady

  with

  the

  Pet

  Dog

   Joyce

  Carol

  Oates,

  The

  Lady

  with

  the

  Pet

  Dog

   Tobias

  Wolff,

  That

  Room

   Colette,

  The

  Hand

   Katherine

  Mansfield,

  Miss

  Brill

   Tim

  O’Brien,

  How

  to

  Tell

  a

  True

  War

  Story

   Nathaniel

  Hawthorne,

  The

  Minister’s

  Black

  Veil

   Flannery

  O’Connor,

  A

  Good

  Man

  is

  Hard

  to

  Find

  

   William

  Faulkner,

  Barn

  Burning

   Edgar

  Allan

  Poe,

  The

  Cask

  of

  Amontillado

   Sophocles,

  Oedipus

  the

  King

  or

  Antigone

   William

  Shakespeare,

  A

  Midsummer

  Night’s

  Dream

  or

  Hamlet

   Henrik

  Ibsen,

  A

  Doll

  House

   Arthur

  Miller,

  Death

  of

  a

  Salesman

   August

  Wilson,

  Fences

  

   Suggested

  Literary

  Devices:

  

   Plot

  Structure

   Characterization

   Setting

   Point

  of

  View

   Symbolism

   Theme

   Style

   Tone

   Irony

   Figures

  of

  Speech

   Protagonist/Antagonist

   Conflict

   Dialect

   Dialogue

   Genre

  

  

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