CH ENGL216 DB 2.docx - A thesis sentence is an arguable claim(proposition not a statement of fact Review the information listed on this website

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A thesis sentence is an arguable claim (proposition), not a statement of fact. Review the information listed on this website, and then post your thesis sentence for the Critical Analysis on the discussion board. Next, write approximately 100 words summarizing your argument. Make sure to include the title of the work being analyzed. Style: Please format your thread as follows: Work Analyzed: “Title of work of literature you’ve selected” Thesis: State your thesis clearly and succinctly. Summary: Present your summary in 3-5 sentences. To learn more about the Critical Analysis paper that is due in final version in Week Three, please jump ahead to the Week Three folder in the Course Content area to view the Critical Analysis
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Unformatted text preview: instructions. Work Analyzed: “The Little Black Boy” Thesis: The piece, The Little Black Boy, by William Blake represents the romantic time period of literature through his use of nature imagery, idealization and supernatural elements. Summary: William Blake’s poem, “The Little Black Boy”, uses nature imagery in almost every stanza. The use of nature imagery is a classic trait of Romantic literature. His poem is idealized in its portrayal of the relationship between the mother and son, and the little black boy and little white boy. The poem also has supernatural elements discussing an idea of heaven, and God. Idealization and discussion of the supernatural is common in Romantic era literature....
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