This essay focuses on on-line databases available.This is the foundation of your research. You MUST read the works and demonstrate this in your paper. 3.
Topic Selection: The centerpiece of the research must be the work of a significant British writer. For many significant British writers, brief biographies and selected works are available in your literature anthology.
Select the literary work(s) by your author to serve as the centerpiece of your paper. Though you are not restricted from examining a work we studied in class. The expectation is that your analysis will go beyond what we discuss. If your author’s work is mostly short form, you must study multiple works (poetry < 40 lines – 3 to 4 work. Short story – 2 works. I will review this on your LAP Proposal. Once you have selected your author). 2. Read and analyze the selected work(s). This is the foundation of your research. You MUST read the works and on-line databases demonstrate this in your paper. 3.
The focus can be on the historical significance, the stylistic significance, or the thematic significance. 4. Explore critical, historical, biographical, and literary research to support your thesis. Resources: The selection of credible, valid sources to support your thesis is vital. To the effectiveness of your paper and contributes to your credibility as a scholar and author.
(Remember ETHOS Appeal.) Be sure to select your sources thoughtfully. You must go beyond a basic Google search, though that is an adequate starting place. Use the many on-line databases available to you through the Beaumont KLMC, access books and materials through CleveNet and your local library;
Your textbook may be used as a place to begin, but should not be a cite source. Your sources must include. The literary work(s) at the heart of your research. Which may be found in an on-line databases anthology, an individual publication of the work.
A collection of works by the author, or on-line. Choose your literary source carefully. A good edition can include other supplemental material that you can use to fulfill other source requirements. One (or more) critical analysis of the literary works. One (or more) source regarding the historical era o One (or more) source regarding the life and/or works of the author. Though not require, further writings on-line databases by the author of study.