Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s English assignment

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Read Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s “The English assignment below

Read the text closely; examine it thoroughly.

Determine the theme of the story. During your reading, you should think about an aspect of the story that resonates imaginatively with you. Ideas about change, beauty, resurrection, the nature of the body are all relevant. Try to start large, and get more precise in your thinking about the story’s characters, setting and/or symbols. This is a brainstorming process. Write as you brainstorm to keep track of your thoughts.

Now, organize your thoughts. Start to compose a theme-interpretation paper in which you describe your understanding of the story, using the text to illustrate your points. The introduction should establish what the focus of your interpretation is and the rest of the paper should elaborate the particular interpretation.

Use quotations from the story to support your argument, but use them sparingly and integrate them into your sentences (see the Literary Analysis Resource file)

Do not use secondary sources

Follow the Conventions for Writing about Literature (use present tense, include author and title in first sentence, etc: Read the file!)

Use MLA Format

ProofreadHandsomest Drowned Man in The World” and write down your impressions as you read, underlining text that seems especially important. Read the text closely; examine it thoroughly.

Determine the theme of the story. During your reading, you should think about an aspect of the story that resonates imaginatively with you. Ideas about change, beauty, resurrection, the nature of the body are all relevant. Try to start large, and get more precise in your thinking about the story’s characters, setting and/or symbols. This is a brainstorming process. Write as you brainstorm to keep track of your thoughts.

Now, organize your thoughts. Start to compose a theme-interpretation paper in which you describe your understanding of the story, using the text to illustrate your points. The introduction should establish what the focus of your interpretation is and the rest of the paper should elaborate the particular interpretation.

Use quotations from the story to support your argument, but use them sparingly and integrate them into your sentences (see the Literary Analysis Resource file)

Do not use secondary sources

Follow the Conventions for Writing about Literature (use present tense, include author and title in first sentence, etc: Read the file!)

Use MLA Format

Proofread

 

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