Read my essay first and help me write an introduction and a conclusion of it

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1. * Introduction

1.Opener (Quotation, General observation about life that applies to your thesis)

2.Transition (explain what quotation means, or say more about generalization)

3.Application (Name the topic you are discussing, the titles and authors of the three works, and suggest why the opener and transition connect with topic)

4.Thesis: Three works of literature to be compared/contrasted + the main point


2. * Conclusion (#1 required somewhere in the conclusion; mix and match the others)

1. RESTATE (do not repeat) Thesis

2. Explain what writer, reader, or character(s) have learned

3. Invite your readers to join you in some sort of response to what has been learned.


3. *Use the form I give me, finish the whole form.

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Whole to Whole Compare/Contrast GO 3 Works of Literature Per Body Paragraph Introduction Opener (Quotation, General observation about life that applies to your thesis) Transition (explain what quotation means, or say more about generalization) Application (Name the topic you are discussing, the titles and authors of the three works, and suggest why the opener and transition connect with topic) Thesis: Three works of literature to be compared/contrasted + the main point Body 1 (Work of literature 1) TS In A Doll’s house, Nora is a pretty warm-hearted girl; she can bravely chase what she wants and has the courage to fight against the patriarchy; however, to some degree, she is selfish and heartless. Transition Word+ Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 1 For example, when Mrs. Linde wants a job, Nora says,” What do you mean? Oh, I understand… Torvald could find you a job” (867). Explain Mrs. Linde does not say anything about the job, but Nora likes helping friends and volunteers to help her. Explain more Even if they have not seen each other for several years, Nora is also willing to treat Mrs. Linde as her darling sister. Explain more It illustrates that Nora is a beautiful woman with kindness in her heart. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 2 In addition, when Nora finally finds the truth, she complains, “You’re never understood me. I’ve been treated badly, Torvald, first by Papa and then by you” (913), then she leaves the house. Explain Nora finds that she is just a toy for her father and her husband because they do not understand what she really wants to get. Explain more She is now aware of her sad status in her home and in society, so she chooses to leave the sad place and starts a new life. Explain more It tells that Nora dares to seek freedom, equality and true love in life, who is not afraid of the patriarchy. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 3 However, according to Review of A Doll’s House, Clement Scott shows his abomination to Nora, he says, “This is the ideal woman of the new creed; not a woman who is the fountain of love and forgiveness and charity… she has herself to look after.” Explain In Clement’ perspective, he thinks that Nora is not a good mother and wife because she leaves her lovely children and married life to achieve her own dream. Explain more Although Nora is a woman of the new era, people will not admire her due to the aggregate conceit and selfsufficiency. Explain more It shows that Nora just wants to look after herself, and she is out of love and selfless. CS In general, although Nora makes many mistakes and has to give up some important stuff in her life, she is a good girl; Nora is different from the following woman, but they also have some similarities. Body 2 (Work of literature 2) TS In A Rose for Emily, Emily is a sacrifice of feudal society, who always lives with loneliness and darkness; However, there is only one thing to be proud of: she dares to make a change and fights against the patriarchy. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 2 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 1 For example, after Miss Emily’s father dies, “She was sick for long time. When we saw her again, her hair was cut short, making her look like a girl,” and “we began to see him (Homer Barron) and Miss Emily on Sunday afternoons driving in the yellow-wheeled buggy and… the livery stable” (36). Explain Emily changes her hairstyle after his father’s death and she dares to ignore public opinion and falls in love with Homer. Explain more There are some changes in Emily heart, so there are some changes shown on her appearance and action; she determines to shake off the control of her father, and take her destiny in her own hands and start a new life. Explain more It illustrates that Emily is brave and has courage to “fight” against the patriarchy. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 2 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 2 However, when Miss Emily goes to a shop to get some poison, she” just stared at him (the druggist), her head tilted back in order to look him eye for eye… wrapped it up” (37). Explain Emily threatens the pharmacist with her arrogant attitude and aggressive eyes, so the pharmacist has to give her the arsenic. Explain more She does not care the residents’ feeling: although the druggist says, “the law requires you to tell… use it for” (37), she does not want to explain anything to him. Explain more It tells that Emily is always stand-offish and annoying; she always has emotional and moral conflicts with those residents in town. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 2 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 3 Furthermore, according to THE WIDOW OF WINDSOR AND THE SPINSTER OF JEFFERSON: A POSSIBLE SOURCE FOR FAULKNER'S EMILY GRIERSON, the author Kriewald says, “Like Emily, Victoria reacted to the death of her beloved by cutting herself off from the rest of the world.” Explain Emily is similar to Victoria because after she killed her beloved, “for almost six months she did not appear on the streets” (38). Explain more Emily does not contact with anybody; she has a long-term isolation of society, which causes her have a distorted psychology. Explain more It shows that Emily is lonely whatever in her heart or in the daily life. CS In general, the ending of Emily is really sad, and she is not like Nora; Nora has friends, but Emily does not; Nora escapes from that depressing place successfully, but Emily does not; however, they both have the braveness to fight against the patriarchy, which is the most comforting thing. Body 3 (Idea 3) TS In My Last Duchess, there is a young girl living with a witless duke, although she has a pure heart and kindness, she has no ability and braveness to escape from her miserable fate. Appropriate Transition Word+ Work of Literature 3 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 1 For example, the speaker says, “Or blush, at least” (31) and “Oh sir, she smiled, no doubt” (43). Explain From a literal perspective, the duchess likes smiling, and she is always happy. Explain more We can feel that the duchess is a passionate sweet and lively girl; she loves everything in life. Explain more It illustrates that the duchess’s heart is pure, which is different from the duke’s. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 3 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 2 In addition, according to Browning's Witless Duke, the duchess is “undiscriminating,” and “She smiled at everyone and everything,” while in the poetry, the speaker says, "Sir, 'twas all one!" (25). Explain Mr. Jerman uses “undiscriminating” to describe the duchess, which implies that the duchess regards everything as the same. Explain more Through her response to all of people, it’s easy to find that the duchess will not flatter the wealthy or deplore the poor. Explain more It tells that the duchess is a kind woman, who treats everyone equally, no matter which class they belong to. Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 3 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 3 However, the speaker says, “Nay, we’ll go together down, sir. Notice Neptune, though, taming a sea-horse, thought a rarity” (53-55). Explain “Neptune” refers to a Pose Poseidon statue; here, Browning uses a symbolic analogy: the duke treats the duchess as if the Poseidon tames the sea horse. Explain more When the duchess is alive, she is treated as an animal, but through the whole poem, there is nothing to show that she wants or has the ability to resist his husband, the witless duke. Explain more It emphasizes that the duchess in the poem is very weak and cowardly, and she does not have an awareness of resisting the patriarchy; after different kinds of torture, she is finally killed by her own husband. CS Like Nora, the duchess is kind: Nora likes helping friends while the duchess treats everyone equally; unlike Nora and Emily, the duchess does not have the courage to fight against the patriarchy, so she chooses to endure her bad fate silently. Conclusion (#1 required somewhere in the conclusion; mix and match the others) 1. RESTATE (do not repeat) Thesis 2. Explain what writer, reader, or character(s) have learned 3. Invite your readers to join you in some sort of response to what has been learned. ...
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Whole to Whole Compare/Contrast GO 3 Works of Literature Per Body Paragraph
Introduction
Opener (Quotation, General observation about life that applies to your thesis)
For the longest time now, most societies have held patriarchal ideas that discriminate against women and treat
them unfairly.

Transition (explain what quotation means, or say more about generalization)
This treatment of women is often met with different responses from the women whereby while some resist and
stand up for themselves, others conform to the social norms. The reaction defines the lives of those women in the
society and their character as perceived by others.
Application (Name the topic you are discussing, the titles and authors of the three works, and suggest why the
opener and transition connect with topic)
In the analysis of how different women react to patriarchy in the society, three different authors present the
reactions of women to the patriarchal societies that they lived in. A Doll’s House, A Rose for Emily, and My Last
Duchess all present various women in patriarchal societies and their varying responses to the society.
Thesis:
Three works of literature to be compared/contrasted + the main point
The three women presented in A Doll’s House, A Rose for Emily and My Last Duchess are defined by their
reactions to patriarchal discrimination and those who survive in the society are the women who are relentless in
their resistance of those discriminative ideas.

Body 1 (Work of literature 1)
TS
In A Doll’s house, Nora is a pretty warm-hearted girl; she can bravely chase what she wants and has the courage to
fight against the patriarchy; however, to some degree, she is selfish and heartless.
Transition Word+ Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 1
For example, when Mrs. Linde wants a job, Nora says,” What do you mean? Oh, I understand… Torvald could find
you a job” (867).
Explain
Mrs. Linde does not say anything about the job, but Nora likes helping friends and volunteers to help her.
Explain more
Even if they have not seen each other for several years, Nora is also willing to treat Mrs. Linde as her darling
sister.
Explain more
It illustrates that Nora is a beautiful woman with kindness in her heart.

Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 2
In addition, when Nora finally finds the truth, she complains, “You’re never understood me. I’ve been treated badly,
Torvald, first by Papa and then by you” (913), then she leaves the house.
Explain
Nora finds that she is just a toy for her father and her husband because they do not understand what she really
wants to get.
Explain more
She is now aware of her sad status in her home and in society, so she chooses to leave the sad place and starts a
new life.
Explain more
It tells that Nora dares to seek freedom, equality and true love in life, who is not afraid of the patriarchy.
Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 1 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 3
However, according to Review of A Doll’s House, Clement Scott shows his abomination to Nora, he says, “This is the
ideal woman of the new creed; not a woman who is the fountain of love and forgiveness and charity… she has
herself to look after.”
Explain
In Clement’ perspective, he thinks that Nora is not a good mother and wife because she leaves her lovely children
and married life to achieve her own dream.
Explain more
Although Nora is a woman of the new era, people will not admire her due to the aggregate conceit and selfsufficiency.
Explain more
It shows that Nora just wants to look after herself, and she is out of love and selfless.
CS
In general, although Nora makes many mistakes and has to give up some important stuff in her life, she is a good
girl; Nora is different from the following woman, but they also have some similarities.

Body 2 (Work of literature 2)
TS
In A Rose for Emily, Emily is a sacrifice of feudal society, who always lives with loneliness and darkness; However,
there is only one thing to be proud of: she dares to make a change and fights against the patriarchy.
Appropriate Transition Word + Work of Literature 2 Fact/Reason/Example/Quotation 1

For example, after Miss Emily’s father dies, “She was sick fo...

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