Essay over Fiction Assignment title (The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket)


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    Essay over Fiction Assignment title (The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket)
    Paper details:

    (PLEASE USE ATTACHED ESSAY OUTLINE AND STORY TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT.)

    Write an essay about theme as it relates to the story “The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket”. You should develop a thesis about how your selected element(s) works in your selected story.
    Essays should include the following:
    I) a captivating introduction paragraph that clearly states the essay’s main idea in a thesis statement and mentions the author’s name and the title of the work;
    II) several unified, focused, and coherent body paragraphs that develop and support the thesis statement with plenty of specific quotes, examples, and details from the text and with insightful analysis and critical thinking;
    III) a thoughtful and insightful conclusion that restates the thesis and gives the paper a sense of completion.
    The essay should follow the guidelines and rules for writing a standard college essay. Papers should be revised and edited, and they should adhere to the standards of MLA style. Any references to the literature should be cited using MLA format, and the short story and textbook should be cited using MLA format on a works cited page at the end of the paper.
    Essay Guidelines
    • Essays should be typed in MLA Format.
    • Essays should be 750-1000 words (approximately 3-4pages) in length.

    Essay II over Fiction
    Composition II Essay II over Fiction Assignment

    Directions: You have two options for your fiction essay:
    1. Write an essay in response to one of the “Suggestions for Writing” prompts in the fiction chapters in your textbook.
    • Page 100 in Chapter 1: Plot
    • Page 121 in Chapter 2: Narration and Point of View
    • Page 156 in Chapter 3: Character
    • Page 198 in Chapter 4: Setting
    • Page 240 in Chapter 5: Symbol and Figurative Language
    • Page 270 in Chapter 6: Theme
    2. Write an essay about one or more of the elements of fiction in a story you select from your textbook: plot, narration and point of view, character, setting, symbol, figurative language, and theme. You should develop a thesis about how your selected element(s) works in your selected story.
    Essays should include the following:
    I) a captivating introduction paragraph that clearly states the essay’s main idea in a thesis statement and mentions the author’s name and the title of the work;
    II) several unified, focused, and coherent body paragraphs that develop and support the thesis statement with plenty of specific quotes, examples, and details from the text and with insightful analysis and critical thinking;
    III) a thoughtful and insightful conclusion that restates the thesis and gives the paper a sense of completion.
    The essay should follow the guidelines and rules for writing a standard college essay. Papers should be revised and edited, and they should adhere to the standards of MLA style. Any references to the literature should be cited using MLA format, and the short story and textbook should be cited using MLA format on a works cited page at the end of the paper.
    Essay Guidelines
    • Essays should be typed in MLA Format.
    • Essays should be 750-1000 words (approximately 3-4pages) in length. Papers that do not meet the minimum word length requirement will automatically earn a failing grade.
    • No secondary sources are required, but if students do use secondary sources, they should make sure the sources are considered scholarly. Points will be deducted from essays that refer to works that are not considered scholarly (Wikipedia, SparkNotes, Shmoop, blogs, Book Rags, et c.).
    • Any references to the primary or any secondary sources should be cited according to MLA Format within the paper.
    • Any sources used should be listed on a Works Cited page according to MLA Format.
    • Attach an electronic copy of the paper to this assignment as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file. Do not email your paper to your instructor or send it through Blackboard Course Messages.
    • The essay will be graded by the grading criteria attached to your course syllabus.
    • Essays will be accepted early, but no essays will be accepted after the 48 hour grace period has passed.
    • Avoid literal plot summaries in your writing. You should assume your reader has read the work and is familiar with it.
    • Papers should be relatively free of grammatical errors. Essays should be proofread, polished, and presentable and adhere to the grammatical and mechanical conventions of Standard American English.
    • Essays that contain accidental plagiarism will earn a zero, essays that contain blatant plagiarism will cause the student who wrote the essay to automatically fail the course.

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