A Rose for Emily: The Two Different Perspective of Time.
A Rose for Emily: The Two Different Perspective of Time
1. Focus and come up with a manageable thesis. Vague generalities should be avoided at all costs.
2. may compare/contrast elements across texts, or compare/contrast text and film versions. However, do not try to cover too much. A narrowed thesis is more effective (and easier to write).
3. discussion should include close reading of the primary text (detailed analysis of relevant passages) as support for your interpretation.
4. For a level-3 course, secondary sources should be used as support—but are no substitute for your analysis; they should not dominate your paper.
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