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But it does mean that there should be some body paragraphs where you cite ideas from and at least one of the other essays. A New Kind of Comparison: you need to make sure that you are comparing texts to support a claim and to avoid making your claim the comparison itself.
this paper involves one fictional text and two non-fiction essays.
Purpose: This paper will give you the opportunity to bring together some themes we have discussed throughout the semester by drawing connections between multiple texts. (unless you have a strong attachment to another style of documentation, you are sure you can use that style accurately, and you receive my permission to use it.) Choices: You are required to write about and at least one of the essays you are using in the introduction (depending on the structure of your essay you may introduce all three texts).
Assignment: Write an 1100 to 1300 word paper that argues for a claim based on the analysis of Lahiri’s novel and TWO other essays from the Globalization anthology. Although more of your analysis will be focused on the novel, it is often a good strategy to introduce a central idea from one or both of the essays first and then move toward the claim by suggesting how the novel complicates those ideas.
Body Paragraphs: In your body paragraphs, create an active dialogue between your texts.
This does not mean that you absolutely must address all three texts in every body paragraph (or even at least two texts in all body paragraphs).
Potential Issues to Explore (have in mind that below are some essays that I didn’t include because we didn’t discuss them in class) You are welcome to use ideas from these examples or to develop your own topic.
You may find another link between two essays that I pair below – if so, pursue it!