Great work! You just analyzed "Paul's Case" using cause-effect analysis, and you learned that this is also a way to examine history, psychology, sociology, and even philosophy (Remember the chicken-egg conundrum?). Now it is your turn to try your hand at it.
read the story In
Another Country” by Ernest Hemingway. carefully, then write a one or two paragraph cause-effect analysis that:
States the author and title of the story.
Identifies the key event in the story.
Discusses the cause(s) of the event.
Discusses the immediate effect(s) of the event.
Discusses the long-term effects(s) of the event.
Uses examples and quotes to support the analysis.
Avoids logical fallacies including:
Post hoc cause (Because A occurred before B, A caused B).
Questionable Cause (Because A and B are associated, one caused the other).
Reversal of cause and effect (The cause and effect stated are actually the reverse).
Inconsequential Cause (The cause stated is a minor cause).
States the theme.
*Remember: causes and effects can be difficult to see. You must consider the following as possible sources for causes and effects: