Unformatted text preview: in mind the interpretive tools we have gained from reading California Dreams and Realities and The Brief Penguin Handbook on literary analysis. They will ground and guide your analysis. You will be specifically evaluated on the following: * A clear, concise, and coherent thesis supported by specific examples from the film. * An in-depth, open-minded engagement with the elements you analyze. * A clear, well organized presentation that includes an effective introduction and conclusion and employs proper grammar, syntax, and spelling as well as a fitting, academic tone. For this assignment, you will need to take careful & comprehensive notes while viewing the film. You will also need to watch parts of, or the entire film, in your own time. Available in the LRC. Format: Your paper needs to be at least 4-5 pages long, typed or word-processed using Times New Roman, 12pt. font. It should also be double-spaced, employing standard MLA heading, title, and pagination....
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- Spring '08
- English, Roger Ebert, specific examples, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Sun Times, Writing Prompt Doc, Doc Courington