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Short Stories Essay Assignment

After–

reading the six short stories,

brainstorm,

prepare a complete outline  to work out your ideas completely– including all ideas, examples, and quotations, as well as your thesis

Select a topic you are interested in thinking about, analyzing, and “solving” in the short stories you have read. 

Here is a big hint on how to proceed:  As you trace your topic through the stories, prepare specific questions, such as who is involved, what happens, what is their reaction, what happens as a result, and what it means.  Think in terms of causes, effects, and significances.  Answer each question as thoroughly as you can.  This will lead you to develop a clear and solid thesis.  Remember, you have to do the brainstorming and thinking BEFORE you can create your thesis, and as you work through your ideas more thoroughly, your thesis will probably change.
 

You MUST include direct quotations as part of your explanation and support of your ideas and analysis of the stories.  MLA format for this paper.

“quotation here” (Author’s name here).

 

If you begin on one of these, and it does not seem to be working for you, try another. . .

1.  In these short stories, because of their gender.  Analyze the ways in which this is so in of the stories.  You may select the stories according to the kind of specific issues the female characters face.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

2.  Some of these short stories concern characters’ .  Analyze the ways in which this is so in at of the stories.  You can select the stories according to the kind of freedom the characters yearn and/or strive for.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

3.  These short stories concern .  Select one of these topics and analyze those relationships in of the stories.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

4.  Many of the characters in these stories are led by their sense of .  Analyze the ways in which this is so in of the stories.  You can select the stories according to the kind of pride or the specific effects of that pride.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

5.  In at least three of these short stories, characters are led by or .  Select one of those themes, and analyze the ways in which this is so in of the stories.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

6.  In at least three or four of these short stories, characters are led by .  Analyze the ways in which this is so in of the stories.  You may select the stories according to the kind of envy or the specific effects of that envy.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

7.  Some of these short stories concern a character’s or .  Select one of those themes, and analyze the ways in which this is so in of the stories.  Consider the causes and effects of the devotion or sacrifice.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

8.  Some of these short stories concern a character having and .  Analyze the ways in which this is so in of these stories.  Consider the causes and effects of secret(s). Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.

9.  Some of these short stories concern a character who is . Analyze the ways in which this is so in of these stories.  Consider the causes and effects of the isolation. Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.  

10.  Appearances can be deceiving, covering or distorting what is really occurring.  In some of these stories, characters are either or are .  Analyze either of these situations in at least three of the stories, including the causes and effects.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.   

11.  Some characters in these stories have gotten .  Analyze the ways in which this is so in at least three of these stories, including the causes and effects.  Develop a purpose, a thesis that consists of the main point you discover in your analysis.  Then, present, in your essay, the details that support that thesis.   

Specify the number of the question above that you are addressing.

 Do NOT retell the plot.  Assume your reader is familiar with the stories.

Be sure to develop a clear, solid thesis; move far beyond anything like “Entrapment is in these three stories.”  That is still a topic, not a thesis.

Be thorough, clear, and organized.  You will have paragraphs of analysis for story.

You must include quotations from the stories, cited correctly.

Follow the process and all writing guidelines.  Use your Proofreading List as well.

​The final draft should be at least 1,400 words, but do not let that minimum restrict you.  Be thorough.

Submit the completed rough draft, followed by your complete outline.

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