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Name: Date: Period: OMAM Character Analysis Outline I. Introduction a. Hook/Lead: b. c. Thesis Statement: II. Body Paragraph: Key Point #1 (or Trait #1) a. Topic Sentence: b. Introduce First Quote (provide context): c. d. Analyze Quote: e. Introduce Next Quote: f. g. Analyze Quote: h. Clincher/Transition: III. Body Paragraph: Key Point #2 (or Trait #2) a. Topic Sentence: b. Introduce First Quote (provide context): c. d. Analyze Quote: e. Introduce Next Quote: f. g. Analyze Quote:
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Unformatted text preview: h. Clincher/Transition: IV. Body Paragraph: Key Point #3 (or Trait #3) a. Topic Sentence: b. Introduce First Quote (provide context): c. Quote & Page #: d. Analyze Quote: e. Introduce Next Quote: f. Quote & Page #: g. Analyze Quote: h. Clincher/Transition: V. Conclusion a. Restate Thesis (in different words/different order) b. Elaboration/Connection c. Insight connect to theme of novel, explain Steinbecks purpose, or explain what this character represents in society...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course LIT 113 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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