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Outline for Paper 1: Poetry Explication This daily grade will be based on following the directions for the assignment, not on the quality of your ideas. However, the feedback I will provide on your outline will be geared toward what changes and/or additions I think you should consider making to the content, clarity, and/or organization of your ideas as you work on your rough draft. Directions: You do not need to print this handout. The outline you will turn in should be typed as a separate document, which you will need to print to turn in at the start of class. Everything in your document should use size 12 Times New Roman font and should be double spaced. Begin with an MLA heading, and title the document Paper 1 Outline; the title should be centered, but not in quotes, not underlined, and not in bold font. Underneath your document title (still centered), list the title of your poem in quotation marks and the author’s full name (ex: “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost). Then, provide the following information in complete sentences, aligned with the left margin as shown below, and using corresponding Roman numerals: I. Thesis: Provide a tentative thesis (your interpretation of the significant message—theme— the poem portrays) that you plan to explore and develop for this paper. Try to phrase this as one powerful sentence.
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