ENC 1102?Analysis

Word length: 500-750 words. Note: The minimum word count does not include your heading or the Works Cited page.
Prompt:
Apply either Laura Mulvey?s Theory ?Visual Pleasure in Narrative Cinema? or Dario Maestripieri?s ?Social Dominance Explained Part I? to one of the following texts. Discuss how the characters in the text you chose demonstrate Mulvey?s theory or Social Dominance.
? ?Sweat,? Hurston
? ?The Cask of Amontillado,? Poe
? Laura (Only ?Social Dominance? is allowed to be used for this option)
Assignment Requirements: Your Analysis Paper must:
? Follow the ?Outline Structure for Literary Analysis Essay? that I posted on blackboard.
? Have two direct quotes from the text you have chosen. (be sure citation them)
? Create a title by yourself
? Highlight/Annotate the organizational elements of your paper, as follows:
? Highlight in Yellow: your thesis statement
? Highlight in Blue: topic sentences
? Write ?Context? in the margin: Context for the quote or paraphrase
? Write ?Analysis? in the margin: Analysis of quote or paraphrase
? Follow MLA format with:
? Your name, Professor name, ENC 1102, and the due date in the upper left hand corner of the first page; your last name and the page number in the upper right corner of each page
? 12 point Times New Roman or Ariel font
? Double-spacing throughout the entire document
? A Title for your paper
? Works Cited page listing all texts discussed in the paper
? Be turned in by the deadline specified on the course calendar.

I. Catchy Title
II. Paragraph 1: Introduction (Use HATMAT)
A. Hook
B. Author
C. Title
D. Main characters
E. A short summary
F. Thesis
III. Paragraph 2: First Body Paragraph
A. Topic sentence (what this paragraph will discuss, how it will prove your thesis)
B. Context for the quote
1. Who says it?
2. What?s happening in the text when they say it?
C. Quote from the text (cited appropriately)
D. Analysis of the quote: How does it prove your thesis?
E. Closing sentence (wrap up the paragraph to effectively transition to the next paragraph)
1V. Paragraph 3: Second Body Paragraph
A. Topic sentence (what this paragraph will discuss, how it will prove your thesis)
B. Context for the quote
1. Who says it?
2. What?s happening in the text when they say it?
C. Quote from the text (cited appropriately)
D. Analysis of the quote: How does it prove your thesis?
E. Closing sentence (wrap up the paragraph to effectively transition to the next paragraph
V. Paragraph 4: Third Body Paragraph
A. Topic sentence (what this paragraph will discuss, how it will prove your thesis)
B. Context for the quote
1. Who says it?
2. What?s happening in the text when they say it?
C. Quote from the text (cited appropriately)
D. Analysis of the quote: How does it prove your thesis?
E. Closing sentence ( wrap up the paragraph to effectively transition to the next paragraph
VI. Conclusion (You do not necessarily have to follow this order. but include the following):
A. Summarize your argument.
B. Extend the argument.
C. Show why the text is important

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