Final Out-of-Class Essay

Final Out-of-Class Essay

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For this paper, you have two options. Then, you must follow the same steps for either one. Here’s how to start:
A. Pick any work on the syllabus. Return to any discussion questions and to any arguments developed on your own. Extend beyond class discussion to build a persuasive paper.
OR
B. Research a topic presented by one of the works on our syllabus. Place a related work of creative nonfiction, a novel, a play (not from the syllabus), or a book of poems at the center of your paper. From there, return to any discussion questions we have gone over and apply them to this work that we didn’t discuss in class. Extend beyond class discussion to build a persuasive paper.
From there, you must do the following:
1. Develop a thesis that is clearly your own. Include an introduction to your chosen literary work, mentioning the title and author. Consider your own exigency as you write.
2. Include close readings from your chosen work–do close readings of at least three significant passages.
3. Provide discussion of a mix of sources, to include scholarly (through databases) and popular. Sources may include articles, books, interviews (as appropriate), and audio/video clips.
4. Sources are not there just to prove you did research. They should raise questions, provide perspectives, and allow you to distinguish yourself from others who have thought about your subject. At times, they may also provide background information or history. Not all sources will directly mention your text.
5. Provide a separate audience analysis sheet. This should be typed and formatted similarly to your paper itself. On this sheet, please indicate a specific audience that you imagine yourself speaking to as you write. For instance, someone writing about Ruhl’s play might gather a series of sources on the depiction of technology in literature, and they might imagine writing to a college student with a fair knowledge of technology and an interest in learning how cell phones, social media, and the like have been depicted in recent literature.
6. Include in-text citations and a Works Cited page.
7. TR Papers due: April 30, 2015

books are :
1 clybourne park (Bruce Norris)
2 dead man’s cell phone (Sarah Ruhl)
3 time stands still (Donald Margulies)
4 ruined (Lynn Nottage )
5 good people (David Lindsay- Abaire)

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