Symbol Outline

Symbol Outline - that stands for a problem in society excess greed passion etc Introduction Lists authors and titles of stories or poetry Make sure

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Formulating ideas Symbols are obvious or not so obvious. They can be seen only by you, but proven by text. This is fine as long as you explain it by referring to text. For real world example, think of dark films, depression, polls on optimism that are taken everyday. Link these ideas to the works to get them into perspective. This paper functions like a comparison only in how both texts reflect darkness
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Formulation ideas ctd. Main body paragraphs For yur examples of darkness, remember to look at the point of view of the character, if the history affects them, if they loved and lost or had some incident that triggered their darkness. Keep in mind that authors will often create a character
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Unformatted text preview: that stands for a problem in society: excess, greed, passion, etc. Introduction Lists authors and titles of stories or poetry. Make sure you mention narrator and characters. thesis / Paragraph 2 Give real world examples and how this is applicable to the world today, i.e. media Paragraph 3 work one and how a symbol in it shows darkness / Paragraph 4 Work one and second symbol Paragraph 5 Work one and third symbol Paragraph 6 work two and how a symbols shows darkness / Paragraph 7 Work two and second symbol Paragraph 8 Work two and third symbol Paragraph 8 second work , third symbol ctd. / Conclusion...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course RTH 102 taught by Professor Hell during the Spring '11 term at Triton College.

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Symbol Outline - that stands for a problem in society excess greed passion etc Introduction Lists authors and titles of stories or poetry Make sure

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