naomi paper - This papers argument is that in order to...

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This paper’s argument is that in order to understand what the intention of Gabriel’s “interrogation” is we must read the passages more deeply in how they are constructed. I don’t think is what is primarily what is argued. If the previous sentence, “Perhaps Gabriel, the main character of the story, is self-conscious with himself and his relationships towards his wife and others and feel the need to project that feeling of self-doubt onto Gretta” was included as part of the thesis then it seem more present. I have an issue with this being included though because you are saying perhaps. You cannot be unsure about what you are arguing. Also this sense of the way in which he writes and to what context those words or phrases are stated is something that is used all the time in analysis. I don’t think that needs to be included in a thesis. If you instead gave the crux of each body paragraph included in your thesis: the scene with Gabriel and Gretta, Gabriel’s encounter with Lily and the dinner scene, I think your thesis would be much clearer. I think your
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ENGLISH 124 taught by Professor Peck during the Fall '10 term at University of Michigan.

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