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This paper is in the form of an argument essay where you make a claim about either one of the poems we have read or Chandler’s The Big Sleep. The paper should be a minimum of 2,000 words. Please review the previous assignments, particularly “Formal Essay First Assignment” and “Paper Draft,” for instructions about the form of the essay, Here are several main points to keep in mind.
Counter-Thesis / Thesis. In a single paragraph, state first a plausible (but in your view wrongheaded) interpretation of the work in question. Continue to explain this possible (but wrong) interpretation for two to three sentences. Play it cool. Do not give away the fact that this is a poor interpretation. Make it sound as if it is correct. Then and only then change direction and state your interpretation in two to three sentences. There should be only one “shift” in the opening paragraph, that between the counter-claim and your own. Use a term such as “but” or “however” to mark this change. Body
The best way to think about this part of the essay is that you want to bring your reader through the evidence in a logical way. For a paper on literature, there are many types of evidence to use. In addition to plot, gather evidence for your claim from more subtle aspects of the text such as character, setting, language, imagery, symbolism. In fact, the more you avoid discussion the plot the better since this dispenses with what may be obvious and gets to the kind of close reading analysis we have been practicing with the reading and discussion assignments. The body of the essay may be organized by dividing the body paragraphs into sections, for example, three sections where each one explains a part of the evidence and then the paragraphs within each section explain that section’s component parts. There are no set number of sections or paragraphs. Make sure to give each paragraph a topic sentence; in other words, the first sentence of each body paragraph should announce the point that paragraph is making. It is generally best to have 1-3 short quotations per paragraph.
Conclusion There are two options for the conclusion. The first is to summarize the paper and re-explain the main point in light of the evidence presented. The second option is to open the paper up to a wider discussion about the topic . If the essay is pretty straightforward in terms of the logical progression of the paragraphs, it is a good idea to loosen up the conclusion by using the second option. If the essay takes a series of logical steps that could use clarification, then the tighter, more summary version of the conclusion would be best. The conclusion should be one paragraph. General Tips
Since the paper is submitted in the text box, it is best to write it with a word processor and then paste the text into the window. Then give the essay clean formatting with a standard font. Provide a creative title for your essay. Since the essay is being submitted in this manner as text, there are some differences in formatting than with a standard essay. While a standard essay is double-spaced, this is single-spaced. A standard essay would indent each body paragraph, but here do not indent–just keep everything left-justified. Also, do not put extra space between paragraphs. Finally, remember to proofread your essay before submitting it. One good way to do this is to print out a copy, edit it with a pen or pencil, and then make corrections to the Word document or whichever application you use for writing. Another way to do a good proofread is to temporarily make the font size a lot bigger. Also, creating a PDF to proofread can be a good strategy. All of these techniques will help you to notice things you did not see before.

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