Project #88497 - Studies in Literature. Self-Directed Research on Another Time Period and Author

Write a literary analysis (using all the six/multiple approaches) (go to this website to learn more about it https://tdsb.elearningontario.ca/content/EL_ENG_ETS4U-00BCC3_2015-09-04S1__1516Sem1/ETS4UPU01/ETS4UPU01A05/mme/u1a5_Literary_Criticism/11006_Literary_Criticism.html?ou=6755176) of at least 600 words on a piece of writing(Oliver Twist) by the focus author from your presentation.(Charles Darwin) Use the following question to frame your thesis: In what ways was your author influenced by his or her time period, and how did he or she reflect his or her time period?(Victorian Era) Consider content, style, themes, devices, and relevance to formulate your answer. Remember to document all your sources. You must use at least two secondary (outside) sources and include an annotated bibliography for those sources. Don't forget to include the piece of writing that you have analysed!

The Literary Analysis

A literary analysis is a close examination of a piece of writing for the purpose of understanding it and conveying that understanding to others. Here are some tips for writing a literary analysis:

  • Begin by introducing the piece of writing that you will be analyzing. Don't forget the title and author's name, as well as the date it was written. Include the full text of it in the analysis so that your reader can look at it and refer to it. Provide an historical context and some background information about the author.
  • You will need a thesis - an argument of some kind on which the analysis is based.
  • Write in the formal voice.
  • Examine the content, style, themes, and relevance of the piece of writing.
  • Do a close reading of the literary or poetic devices that the author uses to convey meaning.
  • Always relate your points to your main thesis.
  • Provide a concluding paragraph which sums up your argument and points.
  • Use specific quotations to support your points. Always use parenthetical citations and a works cited page to show your research and sources.
  • Proofread your work and ensure that it is error-free.
  • Aim for a minimum of 500 words.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/22/2015 06:30 pm
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