ENG1102 The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas Story

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requirements are in the attachment. WRITE AN ESSAY which analyse a story " "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" - Ursula K. Le Guin"

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"The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" - Ursula K. Le Guin Rubric: ENG 1102: Essay 2: (Fiction) Assignment: Write a short essay (750 words) that defends a thesis you developed through a close critical reading/analysis of one (or two) works listed on the syllabus. The “critical response” essay relies on textual support from the primary text (secondary sources are not required) – not plot summary to develop the student’s argument. Do not confuse “critical analysis” with “plot summary”; the goal is to develop, sustain, and advance a thesis based on a critique of the primary text. 15% Introduction: You establish a context for the significance of your thesis in regards to the literary work as a whole. How does your argument contribute to understanding the author’s major literary/thematic concerns? What can other readers learn from your analysis? 15% Thesis: You state your main point (or argument) in 1-2 sentences. The thesis is the culmination of your introduction. Is the thesis clear and strong? Do you use it to shape the rest of your paper? 30% Organization: Your essay should follow that of a typical literary critique: Since your focus must be on analyzing some literary motif, theme, or a combination of literary elements (such as symbolism, character, setting, etc.), your essay must contain well-structured supporting paragraphs that contain a topic sentence, quotes from the primary text (secondary sources are not required), an explanation/discussion of the significance of the quotes you use in relation to your thesis, and a concluding sentence or two that situates the entire paragraph in relation to the thesis. Your thesis will focus on some kind of critical analysis of the primary text, so your supporting paragraphs should be organized around each of the quotes you use, explaining the significance of the quotes and why (or how) they illustrate your main point, but you also need to make sure that your paragraphs contain strong transitions and at least six (or more) sentences. You should appropriately use key terms and vocabulary to show your understanding of the material we are learning in class. Do you provide a focus that analyzes one of the elements of fiction? Do you include quotes from the text to support your thesis and that demonstrate your points? Do you use key terms to show what you have learned in class and through your reading? Is your essay structured well with clear transitions? 10% Conclusion: Regardless of the argument you make, you want a conclusion that avoids summarizing what you’ve just said, and please avoid writing, “In conclusion.…” Your aim in a conclusion is to place the discussion in a larger context. For example, how might your critical analysis of a literary character relate to the other characters in a work? How might your thesis be applied to other aspects of the text, say for example, setting or symbolism? 15% Grammar and mechanics: Your paper avoids basic grammar mistakes, such as dropped apostrophes in possessives, subject/verb disagreement, arbitrary tense switches, etc. The paper demonstrates a commitment to proofreading by avoiding easy-to-catch typos and word mistakes (effect for affect, for example). The paper adheres to MLA 8 formatting style and provides in-text citations and a Works Cited page (which should only include our text book). 15% Presentation: Your paper meets the minimum length criteria of 750 words, is typed with a title and your name on it. You follow your individual professor’s instructions for formatting (margins, placement of the name, etc). The paper adheres to MLA 8 formatting style and provides in-text citations and a Works Cited page (which should only include our text book). ...
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“The ones who walk away from Omelas” by Ursula k. Le Guin
Introduction
From the short story “the ones who walk away from Omelas,” there are different aspects
that we as readers can learn. The setting of the short story is during a time where the people of
Omelas are celebrating the summer festival. However, the society seems to live under a
controversial aspect whereby their happiness; that is the happiness of the majority is attributed to
the suffering of an innocent child. Is that the aspect in the current society where for some people
to be happy there are those who must suffer? It’s a story that brings about many attributes of
what happens and the nature of the justice system in our societies. The people of Omelas
however seem to be contented with the issue of the child suffering as long as they remain happy.
How cruel are we wh...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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