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What I’m Looking for On Feb. 1: A 1-2 page proposal, double-spaced, Times New Roman font. In your proposal, I expect you to tell me which story you’re planning to write about, what exactly you think the story is about, and how you plan to support your argument. For example, say you believe that “Young Goodman Brown” is really about guilt, how will you prove that? Will you examine symbolism in the story? Which symbols? Will you rely on Hawthore’s biography? Which parts? Will you look at the plot and structure? Dark imagery? I want some indication that you know what you’re talking about and have a plan. A sample works cited page using three sources from the FSU library (either online databases or physical books). This sample works cited page should use MLA format and be as close to perfect as you can make it. If you need a reminder on how these should look, Google “OWL at Perdue MLA,” and you will be taken to an extremely useful
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Unformatted text preview: database giving you up to date information on how to make a perfect works cited page. Reminders: This is an upper level lit class. I will not accept websites as sources. This assignment is to help you. To make sure youre on the right track with your project. You dont have to turn it in if you dont want to; were all adults and make our own choices. I will either accept your work on February 1 at the beginning of class or on my office hours from 4:30-6:30 on Thursday, February 2. After that, youll have to make an appointment to come speak to me privately (of course, you can always do that anyway). If you dont turn in this assignment and never come talk to me about your essay, I dont want you to come to my office after you get your graded paper asking what you can do about your grade. THIS is what you can do....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course LIT 2020 taught by Professor Can'trecall during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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