Needed early in the am, central time of Friday. MUST BE PROFICIENT IN ENGLISH. MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH COLLEGIATE LEVEL WORLD LITERATURE.
The main idea of the essay should be present in the introduction, and consistent throughout the piece. Be prepared to discuss thoroughly how you’ve reached the conclusion you have, providing through the evidence in the text you cite the steps in which you made it. The evaluative criteria begins with the workability of the thesis. There should not at this level simply be a regurgitation of the story’s material, however carefully or eloquently worded. The crux of the essay is your analysis of it. A simple summary will result in a failing grade for the essay.
From the thesis, the evaluation goes to the type of evidence being used. Be aware of arguments that might be made against the point you draw up. If, for instance, you say that Orgon is a horrible person, be sure that you have accounted for all the good stories in his past. Be aware of other observations and incorporate those to make the argument stronger. Be sure that the writing reflects a collegiate, thoughtful approach with clear writing style and few grammatical errors. Check the grading criteria in the syllabus for points of emphasis. The essay should be written in MLA format, with care taken to cite the story properly.
ANY SOURCES USED SHOULD BE SCHOLARLY. For anonymity, the topic of the essay will be withheld into someone is selected to write the paper.