a Short Story

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Paper 1: Analysis of a Short Story

Directions: Choose one of the short stories we have read this week or will read for next week, and select a specific point of analysis. Your analysis should be based on your interpretation of the story, but you must support your analysis with specific evidence from the story.

1. Your draft will be 500-750 words long and will be based on your own analysis of the story. If you use ANY outside sources, you must give credit. Due on Saturday 11 April 2020 by midnight.

2. Your final paper will 1,250-1,750 words and will adhere to current MLA format. Due on Saturday 18 April 2020 by midnight.

I would encourage you to read ahead as much as possible to ensure you have the ability to analyze the short story you liked the most. You will write an essay based on the selection you make. This will serve as an initial draft turned in on Saturday 11 April 2020 by midnight. Then you will receive feedback from your classmates and me before submitting a final version for a grade.

Potential Topics, but feel free to text me with a different topic:

“The Story of an Hour,” Kate Chopin

In what ways does Chopin use symbolism and imagery to show that…?

What function does irony serve in the story?

What point is Chopin trying to make about the nature of marriage for women during this period?

“Sonny’s Blues,” James Baldwin

I will post some topics, but feel free to text with ideas.

“The Rocking Horse Winner,” D.H. Lawrence

In what ways does the rocking horse serve as a symbol in the story?

What point is the author trying to make about the nature of greed?

What function does irony serve in the story?

“The Cask of Amontillado,” Edgar Alan Poe

How does point of view affect the reader’s interpretation of the story?

What point is the author trying to make, if any, about the nature of revenge and pride?

 

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