Literature Essay on Hemingway Big Two-Hearted River Part I and II
Essay 2 is due this week. Write a 750-950 word essay on one of the following topics. Aim for a 5-paragraph essay structure ( introduction with thesis, three or more body paragraphs, and a conclusion). The word count does not include the Works Cited page or formatting (class list). o Write a critical analysis of the big two-hearted river Layout: Your essay should be formatted in the MLA, including double spacing throughout. All sources should be properly cited both in the text and on a works cited page. In the upper left-hand corner of the paper, place your name, the professor’s name, the course name, and the due date for the assignment on consecutive lines. Double space your information from your name onward, and don't forget a title. All papers should be in Times New Roman font with 12-point type with one-inch margins all the way around your paper. All paragraph indentations should be indented five spaces (use the tab key) from the left margin. All work is to be left justified. When quoting lines in literature, please research the proper way to cite short stories, plays, or poems. When quoting lines in literature, use the proper way to cite short stories, plays, or poems. Link to https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/03/ Tone: Do not use “I, me, mine, we, us, our, you, your” unless instructed to do so. You should use the third person point of view. Sources: You should use the online APUS library to look for at least 2 scholarly articles. Be careful that you don’t create a "cut and paste" paper of information from your various sources. Your ideas are to be new and freshly constructed. Also, take great care not to plagiarize. Websites, blogs, newspapers/magazines articles, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and religious texts are not accepted. Refer to the announcement "Scholarly Sources." Thesis Statement: Whatever topic you choose you will need a debatable thesis. A thesis is not a fact, a quote, or a question. It is your position on the topic. The reader already knows the story; you are to offer him a new perspective based on your observations. Since the reader is familiar with the story, summary is unnecessary. Rather than tell him what happened, tell him what specific portions of the story support your thesis. Due Date: Sunday, by 11:55 p.m., ET WARNING: Your submission must be original to this class (no resubmissions from other courses are allowed). This is self-plagiarism. DISCLAIMER: Remember, originality of attachments will be verified by Turnitin. Both you and your instructor will receive the results. Direct quotes should not exceed 15%-20% of your paper. Anything more than this amount will receive a deduction.