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English 102 or Humanities Documented Essay Guidelines Write an essay on a particular topic from the class study of any selection from your syllabus for Humanities 202 using documentation from six or more sources, including the novel, to support your thesis. Before you begin, think about the following in respect to the novel/selection: 1. plot 2. setting 3. character 4. point of view 5. theme 6. symbols 7. figurative language 8. the structure of the novel Then consider possible topics to be determined during the reading and study of the novel/selection. PROCEDURE 1. Read the novel or selection, i.e. Fence etc., once, keeping in mind that you will need to do at least a second reading. 2. Visit the library to browse the shelves for literary criticism on the author. Relate some of the material to your reading and study of the novel. 3. Keep reading notes and/or make notes within the text of the novel. 4. Select a topic that you can handle successfully in a documented essay with a minimum of five (5) full body pages in 12-point font. 5. Revisit the library (and the sources of your first visit) to see what criticism is available on your topic. Take notes on index cards. 6. Narrow your topic to a specific focus. Write a specific thesis sentence to express that focus. Note that you can adjust your thesis sentence when you write the introductory paragraph. 7. Revisit the text to find specific passages that will give you the support statements and details for your paper. 8. Write a sentence outline for your documented essay. Documented Essay Guidelines Page 2 9. Remember to compile a working bibliography from the sources you are using. Note that you may eliminate one or more of these sources when you compile the Works Cited page. 10. Write the introduction for your paper; the specific thesis sentence will end this paragraph. 11. Continue writing to develop your thesis, using information from the novel, your documented sources, and your own body of criticism and interpretation. 12. Complete writing the drafts as outlined on the “Due Dates” portion of the syllabus. Revise your draft, hopefully after your instructor has completed a preliminary evaluation. 13. Proofread your paper for the following: • Unity • Coherence • Transitions • Tense sequence • Conciseness • Redundancy • Sentence variety • Parallelism • Voice • Citations 14. Complete the Works Cited page. Be sure to adhere to MLA style. 15. Use assigned models to type the final copy and submit on time. NOTE: You must adhere to the University policy about academic integrity. Along with any assignment you submit comes your true promise that the work you submit is your own work, not work copied or borrowed from some other source and submitted as your own. Any print or non-print work you submit will come from your own creative self and/or from sources to which you have given appropriate credit through Works Cited and parenthetical citations. You also understand that any plagiarism violates academic integrity and carries a penalty of F for the assignment and/or the course.

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