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Short Fiction Essay #1 InstructionsAs with all essays, include a general thesis sentence that clearly indicates the purpose of the essay.The body of the essay must include paragraphs with topic sentences supporting the thesis. Providedetails and specifics in the body paragraphs to support the topic sentences. Remember to avoidgeneralities such as “thing,” “stuff,” “society,” “as a whole,” and “people.” Instead of writing about“people as a whole in society today who do stuff and things,” talk about the characters and events inthe primary work you are asked to analyze.This essay should be written using a third person objective point of view (she/he); no second person(you, us, our) or first person (I, me) may be used. See the Writing about Text handout (located inModule 1) for a sample essay that you should use as a model for this and all other essayassignments.This assignment requires one final submission of the essay with the option of sending in adraft version via a Blackboard email attachment at least three full weekdays before the final isdue.Submit the final essay through the corresponding Blackboard course drop box/submission link.Only put final essay versions (meaning your essay is ready for grading) in the drop boxes/submissionlinks. (See the Schedule of Activities for due dates and drop box/submission link locations).Since the draft version of the essay is optional, this means that it is not required; however,studentsare strongly encourage to send in a draft that closely resembles the final version of theiressay.
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Term
Spring
Professor
Van Camp
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Writing, Works Cited, It, The Cask Of Amontillado, Short story, Grammatical person, Edgar Allan Poe
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