For this paper, you must select three different works from the following: Ibsen, Douglass, Chekhov, Kafka, Woolf, Soyinka. Your paper must explain what these three works say about the benefits of family relationships.
In short, your paper will answer the following question: Is a family fundamentally beneficial for an individual or is it a hindrance and problem?
Be sure that your paper explains WHY you think families are either good or bad for a particular individual. Be sure to specify the individual characters you mean to use as evidence. Be sure to use evidence from the plot of each work you cite in order to prove that families are either beneficial or detrimental. Be sure to analyze the evidence you use according to the ANALYSIS OF EVIDENCE guide below.
Finally, your paper must adhere to each of the following requirements!
You must upload your paper to Canvas as a separate document.
Minimum 800 words.
The paper must have a title.
The paper must include your name on the first page.
The paper must have a thesis that conforms to the assigned topic. The thesis section must be specific as explained in the THESIS guide below.
The paper must develop an argument based on evidence from the texts to prove your thesis. Your paper must use evidence from the text according to the ANALYSIS OF EVIDENCE guide below.
The paper must exhibit college-level writing, have proper grammar, and be free of typos, etc.
The paper must cite page numbers from our textbook and have a Works Cited list at the end (this will not factor into the word count)
Your paper must be double-spaced and use 12 pt. font.
THESIS: In your first page, you must GET RIGHT TO THE POINT: EXPLAIN WHAT TWO CHARACTERS FROM THE TWO DIFFERENT WORKS BEST REFLECT THE ENLIGHTENMENT IDEAL OF INDIVIDUAL FREE WILL AND WHY. Do not generalize about death, love, humanity, etc. just focus on the topic you are to address.
ANALYSIS OF EVIDENCE: After explaining exactly what your paper will do in the first paragraphs and on the first page, the rest of the paper will use evidence from the text to prove your thesis. Evidence refers to quotations from the textbook. It is not enough just to replicate the words. You must also analyze and discuss the words you have cited. For example, here is a paper that uses two lines of a Wordsworth poem to prove what the writer thinks those two lines mean:
In “The Immortality Ode,” Wordsworth, in the Eleventh and final stanza concludes: “To me, the meanest flower that blows can give/ Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears” (lines 206-7). In these lines, Wordsworth tells us that even something as mundane and seemingly irrelevant as a flower can spark the most profound spiritual crisis. I read these flowers as symbols of some spiritual force. When Wordsworth refers to the “meanest” flower, he refers to that word’s meaning as boring even ugly. In short, Wordsworth here says that even the ugliest most boring flower matters. They matter I claim because all flowers are symbolic of a deeper spiritual force.
You will notice that in this analysis the writer explains how she interprets the word “meanest.” She also explains that she does not just read the simple description literally but also as a symbol. Please notice that it takes an entire paragraph to interpret just these two little lines of poetry. Your paper too must do this kind of analysis. After you cite a set of words you must explain what you think the words you quote mean and why they help to support your thesis.
HOW TO QUOTE AND CITE PASSAGES FROM OUR TEXTBOOK: When you cite something from one of the two texts you must reproduce it exactly as it is printed. A citation should be tied to your sentence with either a comma or a semi-colon depending on the sentence. Every citation must be followed by a parenthesis indicating the citation’s source page. You do not need endnotes or footnotes.
BIBLIOGRAPHY/WORKS CITED: At the end of your paper, put a Works Cited list. There, you present the bibliographic information of the two texts you have used. You must give a full bibliographic reference at the end of your paper for the two works you cited. You must also give a full bibliographic reference for anything else you cite.
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