Literature for Composition An Introduction to Litrature

Eudora Welty, A Worn Path needed: introduction must given and it should still give a small indication of the overall point to the work as well as to the overall point of your paper introduction should contain a THESIS that is 1) Explicit; 2) Debatable (that is, not stating the inherently obvious); 3) Provable. The contents of the paper should all work towards proving your thesis. Use quotes and examples from the texts to help prove your point, but avoid extensive paraphrasing of the text Assume your audience has read the texts in question. Demonstrate throughout the paper why your point is relevant and how it helps us reach a greater understanding of the work in question. 750 to 1000 words

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