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Student Name: Megan Doty Student ID: 21648276 Exam Number: 50046900 11 Sandhill Crane Court Oakley, CA 94561 [email protected] English 300:...

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Purpose: To write a 1,200–1,500 word essay that analyzes the figurative

language in a song to show how those elements contribute to

the song’s appeal to its audience.


You’ll develop your essay from the outline or graphic organizer

you wrote for your previous assignment—analyzing the

use of figurative language in a song. Don’t switch your topic;

use your instructor’s feedback to refine your ideas and to

write your essay.

MLA format for your list of works cited

Student Name: Megan Doty Student ID: 21648276 Exam Number: 50046900 11 Sandhill Crane Court Oakley, CA 94561 m e g h a nb e l s he r @ g m a i l . c om English 300: Advanced Composition Comparison and Contrast Prewriting Thesis, Ideas, and Content -The thesis makes a focused claim that can be sustained in a longer essay. -The outline/organizer provides a close reading of book and film using comparison and contrast patterns of development. -The main points analyze the significance of the changes between book and film. thesis is unclear. Significance of changes and omissions or alterations between book and film is not apparent or sustained in evidence. Pass Return X Formatted: Highlight Organization X -Ideas are logically arranged and help move paper forward. -Each proposed main point is focused on one aspect of the topic and helps support the thesis statement. Style and Voice X -Maintains a consistent point of view on topic -Proposed evidence will engage readers’ interest in the topic. with further information, the information will likely engage the readers. But right now, it’s not enough. Bibliography X -Properly formatted using MLA guidelines. -Provided six potential outside sources for research. Conventions X -The outline/organizer has been sp e ll- ch e c k e d and pr oo f r e ad t o ch e ck f o r e r r o rs i n w o rd c h o i ce and t y p o s. -The paper is reasonably free of errors that interfere with a reader’s ability to understand the content. Format X -The prewrite is developed as an outline or graphic organizer. - It includes all required information in a properly formatted header. Exam Number:500469 Grade: Return Date: 4/21/2016 Instructor: rjl
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“The Great Gatsby” THESIS – The book The Great Gatsby written by Scott Fitzgerald in 1925 is a classic novel in which money is the center of many characters' lives. However, that money could not buy happiness. It narrates the life of the several characters that are based in West Egg which is a fictional metropolis on Long Island. The movie “The Great Gatsby” produced and directed by Baz Luhrmann, is an adaptation that shows a society gone crazy on alcohol, conspicuous consumerism, the emptiness of wealth, and hollow relationships. Luhrmann’s frenetic scenes of the parties contrast with the slower, statelier episodes of Gatsby’s doomed love. I. BODY Comparing and contrasting The Great Gatsby' book characters and movie characters. a. In the book, there is steady character development- Fitzgerald creates his characters in the beginning of the novel and masterly develops them in such a way that they fit to deliver the themes he intends to deliver. For example, Gatsby ’s childhood is depicted to be extremely poor in all aspects as the author describes the environment. However, towards the end of the book, he is a very rich man whose riches has, ironically, made him lead a life full of misery. b. In the Book, Daisy is portrayed as a shallow character and the audience is not supposed to show sympathy towards her. In the shirt scene, Daisy cries out about missing out on Gatsby's wealth. On the contrary in the movie, daisy’s character is portrayed as less shallow. More romance is shown between her and Gatsby. In the shirt scene in the movie, Daisy cries. Nick narrates that the reason why she was Comment [WU1]: Film and movie titles are put into italics. Comment [WU2]: So what is your thesis statement? What do you have to say about the two comparing and contrasting them? what you have provided here is more of an introducTon. Comment [WU3]: At the beginning of the book we meet Gatsby and he is already wealthy. Comment [WU4]: Why is this capitalized? Comment [WU5]: Capitalize proper nouns. Daisy.
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