Writing Assignment Four_Honors 902_Solitude and Community_Spring 2010_Jeffrey Renye

Writing Assignment Four_Honors 902_Solitude and Community_Spring 2010_Jeffrey Renye

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Honors 0902:004                  Temple University Solitude and Community                             Spring Term 2010 Prof. Jeff Renye           Anderson 1143 Final Paper: Endgame Due Dates: Thursday, April 29 : Final Paper with Annotated Bibliography is due at the beginning of  the class period Underline your thesis statement. *Submit a hard copy at the beginning of the final class session AND email me a copy as a  Word document Length, Format, and Citation: Your paper must be  5-7 pages of content , typed and double-spaced in a standard 12 point font  such as Times New Roman, with standard one-inch margins (a double-spaced page should be  roughly 300 words, so your paper will be ~1500 words minimum and not over 2000 words— please stay within this range).  The paper must be stapled and have a descriptive title that  incorporates the title of your primary sources.  A works cited page an annotated bibliography are  required but are not included in the page count for the length requirement.  Please do not include  a title page.  All material from your sources must be documented in MLA format. This includes using  in-text  parenthetical citations  for all summaries, paraphrases, and quotations (full and partial) as well  as  the annotated bibliography  listing all of the sources consulted.  See the writing center links  on citation posted under Assignments on Blackboard for more information, and remember to cite  each source with the appropriate format in the annotated bibliography.  Sources You are required to discuss  five sources  in this paper:  I.) Two primary sources: As primary sources you are to choose one (and only one ) of the movies that we have watched and  one (and only one ) literary source assigned since  Spirited Away  and Part II of the syllabus (the 
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section on types of witnessing).  A review of Chapters 2 and 4 of 
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