The instructions for ESSAY 2: Character Analysis—20 points The purpose of a cha

The instructions for ESSAY 2: Character Analysis—20 points
The purpose of a character analysis essay is to carefully examine and sometimes evaluate a character in a work of literature. As with any analysis, this requires you to break the subject down into its component parts. Examining the different elements of a character. Analyzing a character might include identifying a particular personality trait (like the decision to steal or not to steal) and showing how the writer suggests that theme through the actions and point of view of the character; or you might also explain how the main character′s attitude is revealed through his dialogue and/or actions. REMEMBER: Writing is the sharpened, focused expression of thought and study. As you develop your writing skills, you will also improve your perceptions and increase your critical abilities. Writing ultimately boils down to the development of an idea. Your objective in writing a character analysis essay is to convince the person reading your essay that you have supported the idea you are developing. Unlike ordinary conversation and classroom discussion, writing must stick with great determination to the specific point of development. This kind of writing demands tight organization and control. Therefore, your essay must have a central idea (thesis), it must have several paragraphs that grow systematically out of the central idea, and everything in it must be directly related to the central idea and must contribute to the reader’s understanding of that central idea.
These three principles are listed again below:
Your essay must cover the topic you are writing about (a character in Whose Names are Unknown or Fargo).
Your essay must have a central idea (stated in your thesis) that governs its development.
Your essay must be organized so that every part contributes something to the reader’s understanding of the central idea (character analysis).
MLA STYLE FORMAT
WORD COUNT 1500 (+ or – 100)
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