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- Length requirement for this essay of 900–1,500 words. Up to30 points (10% of the total points possible) may be deducted on this assignment for not developing your ideas more fully. The essay should have a clear introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs and a conclusion which summarizes how the paragraph ideas discussed convey the main message of the author.
- Your essay should examine how Elizabeth and Darcy change over the course of the novel to convey a main message about life in mid-nineteenth-century England. The essay will discuss the change of the novel’s characters, events, and themes and HOW those characters, themes and events convey the main message of the author.Make certain to use quotes to support your statements.
- The essay requires you to analyze what has happened in the novel as well as consider what theme the author is trying to convey. Are there points in the novel when you clearly hear the author commenting on certain values or characteristics? (quote) Whom does the author seem to favor most in the novel at a given point? (quote) How do you know, and what is the significance of the author’s favoring certain characters?(quote)Are there points in the novel when you clearly hear the author commenting on certain values or characteristics? (quote)The analysis should show what has happened in the novel as well as consider what theme the author is trying to convey.
- Each paragraph should link the events, characters, and themes to the main message of the author. This part of your response, including the examples you provide, should demonstrates a clear understanding of the “big picture” and consider what Austenis saying about the society as a whole through the changesin Elizabeth and Darcy.
- Create an engaging introduction, a body of support, and a strong conclusion. The introduction should clearly state your thesis and includes the name of the novel and the author. REMINDER: Italicize the title of a major work – i.e. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
- The tone and language should be appropriately formal and objective; use vocabulary appropriate for a literary essay, including literary terms and ideas throughout the essay. Use formal language in 3rd person point of view.
- Create an essay with a variety of sentence lengths and types. Use proper grammar and check to see that sentences are full sentences instead of phrases or run-on sentences.
General comments for Grammar:
What to look for when proofreading for errors:
- Punctuation – Use a comma after an introductory word or phrase.
- Punctuation – Use a semi-colon or a conjunction to join to sentences instead of a comma– look for 2 subjects and 2 verbs to help you find joining sentences.
- Word variety – -use more synonyms – – in general ‘He’ ‘She’ or ‘they’ is overused.
- Verb choice – use more ‘active’ verbs – – stay away from the verb ‘to be’ (was, is, am, are, were) Use the thesaurus at dictionary.com to see the many other verbs to use in place of ‘is’ ‘was’ ‘were’ “am’ ‘are’
- Avoid colloquialisms
- Avoid contractions – spell out the words
- Use formal wording – -do not use ‘so’
- Be Specific – use more specific wording instead of ‘it’ ‘this’ ‘that’ ‘thing’ ‘stuff’
- Do not start sentences with conjunctions – (and, but, or)
- Keep the paper in 3rd person point of view – – do not use I, YOU, WE, ME, MY, US, OUR, YOUR, etc
- Make certain that paragraphs are at least 5+ sentences in length
- Sentence Variety – – Sentences should avoid starting with the same pattern, wording or are of similar length
- Avoid -“There are” “there is” “there was” “there could be” “this is” “that is” ;all are redundant statements similar to saying ‘something exists.’ Instead, give the subject of the sentence an action by removing the ‘there’ ‘this’ or ‘that’ statement. Giving action to the subject will provide more information to the reader as well as add variety for a more interesting paper.