Draft Workshop Instructions
Your goal in this assignment is to provide your group members with a careful reading of
the draft. You will serve as the editor, which means that you will have to think clearly
about the claims, the evidence, the organization,
Paper 1: Oedipus, the King and Macbeth
Papers should be no more than three (3) pages, typed, double spaced, 12 pt. font, standard
margins. Do not try to tell everything you know in a paper this short; just develop your mai
ENLS 200-03 2010 Literary Investigations
Objective: The final paper serves this course as a final examination. It should
demonstrate your ability to develop a sustained discussion of key issues in one of the
course themes, using at least one c
How to Think About Your Essay's Argument
You will be reading a number of scholarly articles, along the lines of the essays in
Tyson's book, for your own discussions of Faulkner or Joyce. As you read, think about
what you look for in a good article. It see
Paper 2: Heart of Darkness
Papers should be no more than three (3) pages, typed, double spaced, 12 pt. font,
standard margins. Do not try to tell everything you know in a paper this short; just
develop your main point effe
ENLS 2000, Literary Investigations
Due Friday, July 29, in class
1. The essay should be at least 4 full pages, one side only, typed, double-spaced, in 12-point font
(preferably Times New Roman). Please staple your pages to
Writing Workshop Assignment (5 quiz points)
Due Monday, July 25 in class
Please TYPE the following material. Bring TWO COPIES to class (one for me, one to work on).
I. In a paragraph, introduce and describe the specific critical debate or interpretive
ENLS 2000, Summer 2011
Take-home exam 1
Turn in typed on Friday, July 8. This is a formal writing assignment. All answers should be
written in formal academic prose, thoughtfully formulated, and carefully revised and edited.
These instructions follow MLA guidelines.
Your essay should be typed, double-spaced with one-inch margins all around.
No title page. But you must title your paper. A title should be a brief but
substantive phrase (not a whole sen
Final Exam Study Guide, ENLS 2000
The exam will include passage identification and analysis, and short answer.
Passage identification and analysis: You will have some choice here. You will need to identify
the source of the passage (title and author) and