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This is a Analysis paper.
In “The Mark on the Wall” by Virginia Woolf, readers do not learn about the narrator by actions or through other characters. Instead, readers learn about the narrator through the narrator’s wandering, meandering thoughts written in stream of consciousness. Why did Woolf choose to write this way? How does it reflect the time period?
Directions:
1. All writing assignments must be a minimum of 2 pages
2. All writing assignments must be in MLA format, 12 pt., Times New Roman, and double spaced.
3. Your header should be in the upper left hand corner of your essay and should be written as:
You’re Name
Teacher Name
EN 212: Days and Time
3 February 2017 (day month and year) This should be spelled completely with no commas or periods.
-Your title should be centered and look like: Writing Option #1: Blake, Burns, or Wordsworth
4. Under your title, please rewrite the prompt that you chose, so I am able to see what question you are answering.
5. You must answer the questions in each section. You will ONLY choose ONE prompt for the thesis and body of your essay.
6. Introduce your quotes: Blake asks, “What immortal hand or eye / Could frame they fearful symmetry?” (lines 1-2).
7. Cite at the very end of the sentence. Do not write: In lines 1-2, Blake asks, “What immortal hand or eye / Could frame they fearful symmetry?”
9. You will need a works cited page.
10. Do not write: I will explain, I will analyze, I will be discussing as a thesis statement. Instead, you simply state your point. (Whatever you would write after “I will explain why Blake uses simplistic language and form in his poems.” is your thesis statement. Just remove “I will explain” and you will have your thesis. “Blake uses simplistic language and forms in his poems.)Do not use “I” period.
11. Do not use “you.” As a scholar you are an authority on the literary work. Your job is to teach it to another scholar. When you teach it, you must remain neutral. Using “you” makes it personal. You never refer to your audience as “you” unless you are writing directions or giving instructions (like this). You refer to the reader as: reader, the audience, scholars, or people. (For example: When readers first examine Blake’s poems, they appear childlike and simplistic.)
12. Do not write: Blake uses the metaphor to show…You are capable of finding and using better word choices than “uses” and “shows.” They should not appear multiple times. (Demonstrates, illustrates, utilizes, employs, supports, implies, etc.)
13. Literature is written about in present tense. (For example: The boy dreams. NOT: The boy dreamt.)
Introduction: You must answer these questions in the intro and cite your sources (i.e. course notes or textbook). They do not have to be answered in this order, but this is a pretty good model.
• What is the name of the literary time period? (The time periods are capitalized.)
• What major historical and political events occurred during the literary time period?
• How did these events shape the ideals (ideas) of the time period?
• Who is the author you have chosen to write about?
• What is/are the title/titles of his/her work? (Poems are in “quotation marks.” Books, essays, epic poems are italicized.)
• What is the work about? (summarize and cite)
• How did the time period shape the author’s ideas and beliefs?
• What is your thesis: This should directly state the main ideas that answer the prompt you choose.
Main Points: Your body paragraphs should match your thesis in the exact same order. The topic sentence of each body paragraph should reflect what you have stated in your thesis. (Example: Burns utilizes living creatures to demonstrate the importance and value of every living being, the similarities between man and beast, and the ridiculousness of social status and social classes. Then your topic sentences would focus on:
1. The value of every living being
2. The similarities between man and beast.
3. The ridiculousness of social status and social classes)
—Conclusion: (Must be longer than 3 sentences, and it must be very specific. Over generalizations will not receive points. For example: People are distracted because of technology today. This is too simplified.)
• How are the issues the poet addresses relevant to his biography, to the time period itself, or to today?
• What are some examples that support your response?
Here is the title and prompt for this paper:
Writing option # 9: Virginia Woolf
In “The Mark on the Wall” by Virginia Woolf, readers do not learn about the narrator by actions or through other characters. Instead, readers learn about the narrator through the narrator’s wandering, meandering thoughts written in stream of consciousness. Why did Woolf choose to write this way? How does it reflect the time period?