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ENGL 1023 Composition Paper 1- The Short Fiction One For the first paper, students will write about the short stories covered so far. There are several topics below that should be able to be developed based on class journals and discussions. Essay Requirements: Length: a minimum of 3 pages, double-spaced, in Times New Roman, 12 point font. Due Dates: 1st Draft Monday, February 14 Final Draft- Friday, February 18 Format: MLA style. (Example of first page below.) ********** John Smith Mr. T ENGL 1023 February 18, 2022 Redemption in Flannery o’Connor’s “A Good Man s Hard to Find” Then begin your first paragraph. Remember, there should be an introducti on that ends witha thesis statement, several body paragraphs which each begin with a topic sentence that references the thesis statement, and a conclusion which restates the thesis and wraps up the essay. Remember solid paragraphs should have a minimum of 6-8 sentences. TITLE: lets the reader know what the essay is about and hint at the thesis. It is NEITHER underlined NOR bold. Remember to capitalize all the words except articles (a, the), to in infinitives, coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or etc.), and prepositions (with, between etc.), and ALWAYS capitalize the first and last words in the title. title INTRODUCTION The introduction should indicate the author whose work the writer is analyzing, the title of the Work/s being analyzed, and a very brief summary of the plot of the work. Example: Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Birth-Mark” recounts a man ‘s failed attempt at perfecting his wife. The introduction must contain a specific thesis statement, or your interpretation of the work you analyze. If the thesis is complex, it can be longer than one sentence. Example: In John Updike’s “A&P, ” the main character Sammy dissents from his community ‘s ideal of respectability in the name offreedom and tolerance. BODY Several body paragraphs are expected, each on one subject only. That subject should be declared in a topic sentence placed at the beginning or the end of the paragraph. If the thesis is: There are no heroes in Flannery o’Connor’s fiction. All of her characters are tainted. Paradoxically, those among them who represent pure evil rise above the others in that they are not blind as to their true nature. One of the paragraphs could have the following topic sentence: The grandmother is manipulative, devious, and racist, yet she thinks she can exhort others to be reconciled with Jesus. Notice that longer topics can be discussed in more than one paragraph, in this case the grandmother’s faults, but do not change topics in the middle of a paragraph. EVIDENCE The essay wll need to contain evidence of the validity of its statements about the text. This is done by summarizing the text and by quoting from it. Quote only what is absolutely needed to support the interpretations and always sandwich the quotation between a statement about a point being made and a staternent about how the quotation proves that point. For instance: The grandmother believes that class detemines moral character. When she pleads with the Misfit for her life, she tells him, “1 know you are a good man. You don’t look a bit like you have common blood. I know you must come from nice people” (429). Unfortunately for her. her cquation of goodness/virtue with social status is a faulty one. (Notice the page number in a parenthetical notation after the quotation.) WORKS CITED PAGGE TOU WIill need to have a separate page titled Works Cited with the title of our anthology as follows Connor, Flannery, “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” The Norton Introduction to Literaure Shorter 13th edition. Norton, 2017, edited by Kelly J. Mays, Norton, 2019, pp. 516-526. PLAGIARISM: Plagiarism is the use of someone else’s ideas or words without giving proper credit (through Citations), and is a very serious offense. This essay should be new and original and should have original main ideas supported by examples from the read works. Any plagiarism will result in a 0, a personal conference with the instructor, and a report sent to the English and World Languages Department Head. TOPIC SUGGESTIONS: 1. Compare and contrast the initiation story in Toni Cade Bambara’s “The Lesson,” Alice Munro’s “Boys and Girls,” and Karen Russell’s “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls.” What similarities and differences are there in the transformation undergone by the characters? 2. Examine attempts at cross-cultural communication in Bharati Mukherjee’s “The Management of Grief” and David Sedaris’ “Jesus Shaves.” What do the writers suggest about the possibility of communication across cultures? Flannery 0′ Connor says of her stories that “I have found that violence is strangely capable of returning my characters to reality and preparing them to accept their moment of grace.” Discuss “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” and “Everything that Rises Must Converge” in light 3 of this statement. 4. Several of the characters that were read about grappled with religion, hypocrisy, and the place where their personal orthodoxy met their orthopraxy. Analyze and compare the struggles of belief of the characters in “The Lesson,” “Good People,” and/or “A Gcod Man Is Hard to Find.” 5. Analyze the attitudes, roles, and reactions of outcasts as seen in the “Lusus Naturae,” “St Lucy’s Horme for Girls,” and/or the mistit in “A Good Man Is Hard to Find 6 Teachers and education as seen in “The Lesson” “Boys and Girls,” “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls,” and/or “Jesus Shaves.”




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