Part 1: Agreeing with CS Lewis. Consider the quote from CS Lewis and write a brief response AGREEING to the quote and explaining the viewpoint.Â Be sure to write in clear and complete sentences. Because this assignment asks for your opinion, on this task you may use first person,Consider the quote from CS Lewis and write a briefÂ response,Part 1: Agreeing with CS Lewis â€“ Length 1 page, Firstly, Consider the quote from CS Lewis and write a brief response AGREEING to the quote and,Â explaining the viewpoint,.,Secondly, Be sure to write in clear and complete sentences. Because this assignment asks for your opinion, on this task you may use first person. Avoid the use of second person (â€œyouâ€) in your writing.,â€œWe read to know that we are not alone.â€Â â€“Â CS Lewis,Further, you should write in an academic tone and style and support the statements you make with examples and/or explanation.,Also, you should use examples from one or both of the stories we read in this lesson to illustrate your points.,Example 1: â€œBoys and Girlsâ€Â by Alice Munro, http://www.giuliotortello.it/shortstories/boys_and_girls.pdf,Example 2: â€œA&Pâ€Â by John Updike, https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxtcnNicml0dGFpbmV0fGd4OjczMzZkMzM4NGZiODI5NTU,Be sure to write in clear and complete sentences.Â Because this assignment asks for your opinion,Â on this task you may use first person.Â Avoid the use of second personÂ (â€œyouâ€)Â in your writing.,Â Part 2: Thesis Statement â€“ Length â€“ 1-2 sentences,Write a thesis statement (One to two sentence) that could be used to lead a three-to-five-page fiction analysis essay. Read the short story (link below) and consider its use of plot elements (climax, conflict, resolution, flashbacks, foreshadowing, etc) and write a thesis statement that includes:,Firstly, the authorâ€™s name.,Secondly, the storyâ€™s title.,Thirdly, an arguable, supportable claim regarding the plot of the story.,Your claim should emphasize how the plot elements create or reinforce meaning in the story (what purpose do they serve?)., â€œWhere Are You Going, Where Have You Been?â€ by Joyce Carol Oates, https://www.cusd200.org/cms/lib7/IL01001538/Centricity/Domain/361/oates_going.pdf,Example thesis statement:, In â€œThe Things They Carried,â€ Tim Oâ€™Brien uses flashbacks and foreshadowing to illustrate how interconnected the events in the story are, revealing the truth that events from the past continue to affect the present.,Part 3: Essay â€“ Length 2 pages,Write an MLA-formatted Word document., In 500-600 words,Â explain how symbolism is used in the following story.,â€œA Wall of Fire Risingâ€ by EdwidgeÂ Danticat, https://egscovel106fall12.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/a-wall-of-fire-rising.pdf,Your essay should be a cohesive response (purposeful paragraphs,Â one unifying thesis,Â not list-like)Â to the use of symbolism to create meaning.Â Questions to consider include the following:, Firstly, What symbol(s) did you notice in this story?,Secondly, What â€œbig ideasâ€ do the symbols represent?,Thirdly,Â How do the symbols relate to the storyâ€™s meaning or overall theme?,Fourthly,Â Can these symbols be interpreted in more than one way?,Your first paragraph should include (a) the name of the story and author, (b) a one or two sentence summary of the story and (c) your thesis statement or main point about the symbols used in the story.,Attachments,Click Here To Download,
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