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English 101 2 Pages

Genre Analysis Worksheet—Literary Analysis

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Genre Analysis Worksheet—Literary Analysis

Do some looking online (or in the real world) and find 3 sources that discuss how to do literary analysis.  These sources may be assignment sheets, textbooks, writing center handouts, or articles.  Then, drawing on your sources, answer the questions below: 

  • List the author, title, place of publication, and URL for each of the sources you have chosen.
  • What is the main goal of literary analysis? 
  • What role does the thesis play in a literary analysis paper?  What makes a thesis good?
  • How do authors of literary analyses prove (or make a case for) their theses?
  • How are literary analyses organized or structured?
  • What tone and language are common (or expected) in literary analyses?  Why?
  • What seem to be the principal criteria for evaluating literary analyses?
  • Go to the Readings section of the course in Blackboard and review the paired articles on either “The Story of an Hour” or “The Storm.”  Then write about 300 words explaining which of the two essays in the pair you’ve chosen is better and why.
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Title: Genre Analysis Worksheet—Literary Analysis
Length: 2 pages (595 Words)
Style: MLA

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Genre Analysis Worksheet—Literary Analysis

Do some looking online (or in the real world) and find 3 sources that discuss how to do literary analysis.  These sources may be assignment sheets, textbooks, writing center handouts, or articles.  Then, drawing on your sources, answer the questions below: 

1)         List the author, title, place of publication, and URL for each of the sources you have chosen.

Source 1

Author: Kathleen McMillan, and Jonathon Weyers

URL: http://catalogue.pearsoned.co.uk/educator/product/How-to-Improve-your-Critical-Thinking-Reflective-Skills/9780273773320.page

Place: Harlow, England: Pearson.

Source 2

Author: Richard J. Lane

Place: New York: Routledge.

Source 3

Author:   Graham, Maryemma, and Jerry Washington Ward

Place: Cambridge, U.K

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