Identify and analyze any stylistic elements and literary devices present in the passage, e.g. Simile, Metaphor, Imagery, Symbolism, Flashbacks, Foreshadowing, Motif, Allegory, etc.

Identify and analyze any stylistic elements and literary devices present in the passage, e.g. Simile, Metaphor, Imagery, Symbolism, Flashbacks, Foreshadowing, Motif, Allegory, etc.

The key point here is to demonstrate that you can think critically and articulately about the text, and extract as much as you can from a small amount of evidence. Avoid broad, unsubstantiated, or speculative readings: back up your interpretation with meticulous textual evidence, and unpack each citation with thoroughness. Your paper should spend as little time as possible on exposition so that it may focus on analysis. Outside research should not be present, as the idea is to attempt the development of critical faculties independently.

As you prepare to write, treat the passage as a complete, stand-alone text. Read it through a few times, concentrating on all its details. Assume that everything is significant. Write down or underline all the details that jump out at you: time, setting, characters, themes, oppositions, etc. Identify and analyze any stylistic elements and literary devices present in the passage, e.g. Simile, Metaphor, Imagery, Symbolism, Flashbacks, Foreshadowing, Motif, Allegory, etc.

Next, still before you start writing, consider the role this passage plays in the overall structure and/or meaning of the text: What purpose does it serve? How does it provide insight into the larger text? Does it foreshadow later events? Refer back to earlier ones? Does it provide us with a key to the rest of the work? Answering these questions will help you to formulate a good thesis statement.

Finally, try to organize your observations from the above into a focused argument, or thesis. You will need to focus on relevant observations/details that support your thesis, and leave others out. While you cannot talk about everything and there is no one right answer, be sure to address the points that best support your argument.

Do not retell the story; analyze the text. Keep your audience in mind! Assume your readers have read the book. Show them something about the work that they may not necessarily have seen for themselves.

Audience: An audience of your peers: one who is fairly familiar with the text.

Format: Around 750 words, double-spaced, 1 margins, 12-point Times New Roman font

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