Project #45433 - Critical Analysis and Response Essay

**You do not need to answer the questions at the bottom of the essay** Please stay away from the typical 5 paragraph essay. No page requirement.

read Barbara Huttmann's essay "A Crime of Compassion" and analyze the text to arrive at the basic questions that the author raises, and then answers, with this story this will be her thesis. Take note of the types of appeals she uses to support her thesis, while also attempting to realize her purpose in writing the essay. These examinations by you will help you understand what she is trying to achieve, while also providing a basis to answer your own basic questions about the legitimacy of her argument.

Before you write, (re-)read the essay carefully and analyze its meaning and the methods she uses to convince her readers of the legitimacy of her argument. Be sure to write down what you believe are the author's main points, as well as any comments you may have about those ideas. Once you have a good understanding of the text, pre-write for thought organization (brainstorm, free-write, cluster or outline for both ideas and structure). Be willing to go back to your cluster diagram, reading notes, or other pre-writing during your initial drafting to ensure you include everything you want, that the organization of your essay is logical, and that you include all essential elements within each section introduction (including a stated thesis), body paragraphs to explain your main points in detail, and a conclusion (Be sure to consider those elements discussed in class regarding what each section of the essay should include to ensure you are being as complete as possible in both your analysis/evaluation of Huttmann's essay and the development of your own claim).

Your assignment:

Analyze, explain, and evaluate Huttmann's argument and discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with her position. Establish and support your own position, providing reasons from your beliefs, experiences, observations, or reading to prove your position. The analysis should be as in-depth as possible, and your position equally well supported. Remember, this essay is YOUR argument regarding the topic Huttmann brings up, explained through the lens of Huttmann’s original essay and your analysis and evaluation of it.

The actual grading breakdown will be as follows:

Content 50%

The essay provides an accurate analysis of the text evidencing understanding of the author’s message, and contains coherent, well-developed ideas showing your own strong, clear position with detailed supports and reasons justifying that position.

Organization 30%

The essay follows a logical plan, providing an interesting beginning, adequate, organized support, an overall cohesive argument with a thoughtful conclusion.

Form 20%

Grammar and mechanics do not interfere with meaning. No errors. Follow MLA format.

Do not take this assignment lightly. To write successfully, you will need to closely study the text for its meaning, and thoughtfully address the position it takes. You may agree or disagree with the author. Simply ensure that you support your position well.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/30/2014 08:00 am
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