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Unformatted text preview: Collecting Criticism for Comparative Analysis Essay Goal: To find and record literary criticism of your independent reading novel. What to do: Write down quotations that you could possibly use in your essay. Remember, the point of citing literary critics is to lend authority to your argument. How: Included one passage per note card. The passage could be one sentence, or one paragraph. Only write down passages that you could possibly use. How many: You need 25 note cards (you can do more, but 25 will be enough to gain full credit) from at least four sources . Be sure to record the bibliographic information for each quotation. If you use more than one quotation for one source, you only need to write the bibliographic information on one card, and group them together. Do this by giving each source a number, and write than number on the card, and group them together....
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- Fall '07
- Writing, bibliographic information, comparative analysis essay, Analysis Essay Goal, independent reading novel., Davis Library