- Write a four-paragraph, two-to-three-page paper on any short story: WE WILL USE “SWEAT”
- Literary Devices: You must use two separate literary devices to prove your thesis. Your first body paragraph should focus on one device, and your second body paragraph on a different device. (If you wish to focus on characterization in both body paragraphs, you must focus exclusively on a different character in each paragraph.)
- Revision and Expansion of “Sweat” Assignment: Read “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston (pp. 225-234). You may base this paper on the Hurston characterization paragraphs that you wrote for Workshop Four if you wish. If you do so, however, you will be expected to fully and carefully respond to your instructor’s feedback on those two paragraphs you wrote last week.
I HAVE ATTACHED THIS PREVIOUS ASSIGN AND THE PROFESSOR COMMENTS FOR REVISION
- Use this Literary Analysis Structural Outline as a template for your paper. Treat the structural outline like a contract each individual piece of which you must try your best to carefully and creatively fulfill.
- You are encouraged to use this Literary Analysis Writing Process document to walk you through an effective pre-writing, drafting, revision, and editing process.