analysis outline poem 1

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POEM: https://theartofreading.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/p…

  1. Compose a “complete sentence” outline that includes:
  • A title that is engaging, interesting, and relates to the argument you will be making.
  • An introduction that is fully written out and has an underlined argumentative thesis at the end. This thesis should identify the specific poetic elements (such as imagery, metaphor, symbolism, personification, rhyme, or repetition) that support a claim (which may be connected to a theme) in your poem. The following video link provides excellent guidelines for an Introduction to an Analysis Essay
  • At least three body paragraphs, each with a main idea sentence/topic sentence about a poetic element and supporting evidence listed (all stated in complete sentences).
  • A format that follows this example of a thesis statement and topic sentences based on a poem that is not on our list: “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost:
    • Thesis: Robert Frost uses imagery, opposition, and rhyme in his poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” to show how transient life is in our world.
    • Topic sentence for Body Paragraph 1: Frost uses imagery of nature to show that as much as we might want it to, nothing alive stays the same.
      • Evidence of images from the poem that illustrate nature changing.
      • Full sentences should be used as should quotations with appropriate MLA 8 in text citations.
    • Topic sentence for Body Paragraph 2: Frost uses opposition to show that nothing lasts forever.
      • Evidence from the poem that opposes one form of nature to what it changes into.
      • Full sentences should be used as should quotations with appropriate MLA 8 in text citations.
    • Topic sentence for Body Paragraph 3: Frost uses rhyme to mimic the way life flows, showing that nothing stays the same.
      • Evidence as above, with explanation of the connection to the thesis.
      • Full sentences should be used as should quotations with appropriate MLA 8 in text citations.
    • A conclusion fully written out that restates the thesis in a new way and repeats the main ideas that supported it.
    • MLA 8 in-text citations for the poem and all other sources relied upon for ideas or words (except for common knowledge). See Assignment 1.4 in Unit 1.
    • MLA 8 Works Cited entries for the poem and all other sources relied upon.

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