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Essay Analysis of The Great Gatsby

Essay Topic: • In The Great Gatsby by F.S. Fitzgerald, Nick the narrator seeks to establish a new life in New York City. What about that effort does he see as the main cause of his failure to do so? Essay Requirements: A three-four page formal essay setting forward a thesis and supporting evidence in response to the essay topic given. The essay is thus a focused and detailed analysis of an aspect of the relevant text. The essay is to be in MLA format, as presented in Requirements for Essays available online. Note the expectations for grammar. Grades will be based upon clarity and comprehensiveness of writing, and the quality of the argument and supporting evidence presented. • 2-3 quotes PER BODY PARAGRAPH • 3-4 pages (1000 words) • Double spaced • Works cited • MLA format • Quotes that are 4 lines or more must be indented Due Date: Saturday, January 27 Grading Criteria: Exceptional (90-100) A superior performance with consistent evidence of • a comprehensive, incisive grasp of the subject matter; • an ability to make insightful critical evaluation of the material given; • an exceptional capacity for original, creative and/or logical thinking; • an excellent ability to organize, to analyze, to synthesize, to integrate ideas, and to express thoughts Excellent (80-90) An excellent performance with strong evidence of • a comprehensive grasp of the subject matter; • an ability to make sound critical evaluation of the material given; • a very good capacity for original, creative and/or logical thinking; • an excellent ability to organize, to analyze, to synthesize, to integrate ideas, and to express thoughts fluently. Good (70-79) A good performance with evidence of • a substantial knowledge of the subject matter; • a good understanding of the relevant issues and a good familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques; • some capacity for original, creative and/or logical thinking; • a good ability to organize, to analyze and to examine the subject material in a critical and constructive manner. Satisfactory (60-69) A generally satisfactory and intellectually adequate performance with evidence of • an acceptable basic grasp of the subject material; • a fair understanding of the relevant issues; • a general familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques; • an ability to develop solutions to moderately difficult problems related to the subject material; • a moderate ability to examine the material in a critical and analytical manner. Minimal Pass (50-59) A barely acceptable performance with evidence of • a familiarity with the subject material; • some evidence that analytical skills have been developed; • some understanding of relevant issues; • some familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques; • attempts to solve moderately difficult problems related to the subject material and to examine the material in a critical and analytical manner which are only partially successful. Failure
Essay Topic: • In The Great Gatsby by F.S. Fitzgerald, Nick the narrator seeks to establish a new life in New York City. What about that effort does he see as the main cause of his failure to do so? Essay Requirements: A three-four page formal essay setting forward a thesis and supporting evidence in response to the essay topic given.
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11 January 2018
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