The length should be between six pages. It should be double spaced with one inch margins all around. You may choose any one or two of works (memoir, fiction or poetry) we’ve read so far this semester. Review the different stories that have been assigned and select one of the options below and write a paper.
Option one: Some of the works we’ve read so far this semester have had to do with issues related to home, family, and/or identity. Choose any two works that we’ve read and discuss what they suggest about the nature of home and family. To make your task more manageable, you might look specifically at the endings of two works and compare/contrast the implications of each. What do the endings have in common? Are they neatly tied up or left unresolved? Another approach you might take is to consider two characters (from two different stories) with similar roles in the family. How are the experiences of the character similar?
Option two: Choose one or two stories and focus on how the characters experience alienation. You might focus on how that alienation shapes the character(s) and your understanding of him/her/them.
Option three: This one is similar to option two. Consider the characters in the stories we’ve read so far and how they struggle with intimacy. You might discuss ways in which intimacy (or the lack of it) influenced the actions of the characters.
Option four: Choose two stories and consider the importance of setting. Compare and/or contrast the importance of setting in your understanding of the stories.
Option five: Compare/contrast character and tension. Choose any two stories that we’ve read (including the stories for next week) and consider how the authors illuminate character through tension. What is the tension that forces the characters to reveal themselves? But more importantly, what meaning comes from the interconnectedness of the character and the tension they experiences?
Option six: You may write your own topic or revise one of the above options to suit your interests. Just be sure to send me a copy of your topic.
Analysis thesis: There will be a clearly expressed thesis that states an interesting and distinct overall claim. (10 points)
Analysis thesis: Though it could use refining, there will be a thesis that states an overall claim. (8 points)
Analysis thesis: The thesis is confusing, and the student’s main point may be unclear. (6 points)
Supporting points: Each supporting paragraph will be clearly expressed with well-chosen evidence from the text. (20 points)
Supporting points: Each supporting paragraph will incorporate evidence from the text. The citations may appear dropped into the discussion and are not always fully integrated. (16 points)
Supporting points: The points may only implicitly relate to the student’s thesis. The organization supporting paragraphs may appear random. (12 points)
Depth of support: Each supporting paragraph works to fully illuminate the thesis. The effect is that the audience becomes more convinced of the thesis claim with the reading of each paragraph. (20 points)
Depth of support: The supporting paragraphs may only implicitly illuminate the thesis. (16 Points)
Depth of support: The evidence may read like plot summary or be insufficient. (12 points)
Awareness of audience: The writer conveys an awareness of the needs of the audience. It is writing that engages an academic audience. (15 points)
Awareness of audience: The writer generally conveys awareness of the needs of the audience, but there may be some confusing passages. (12 points)
Awareness of audience: The writer does not convey an awareness of the needs of the audience. (9 points)
Language and Editing: The writing will be polished and rich. There will be few if any errors. (15 points)
Language and editing: There may be a few distracting errors that affect the reading experience. (12 points)
Language and editing: There may be several distracting errors that interfere with the reading experience. (9 points)
Overall purposefulness: The writer’s purpose is evident and the writing is engaging from beginning to end. (20 points)
Overall purposefulness: The writer’s purpose is evident but the writing is not entirely engaging from beginning to end. (16 points)
Overall purposefulness: There isn’t much purpose to the writing. (12 points)
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