This essay focuses on relevant background information.
Hi! This is a rough draftan analytical paper on “The Lorax” by Dr.Seuss. I have uploaded the text as a pdf. I have posted the specific instructions below. Keep in mind the importance of “close reading” or “reading between the lines.” Your paper must include the following:
Hi! This is a rough draftan analytical paper on “The Lorax” by Dr.Seuss. I have upload the text as a pdf. I have post the specific instructions below. Keep in mind the importance of “close reading” or “reading between the lines.” Your paper must include the following: An introduction that provides relevant background information and ends with your thesis
A minimum of three references from reliable sources; one must be a scholarly, academic article, and all must be cite at least once in the paper A conclusion that reaffirms your thesis statement and addresses wider implications Formatting, citations, and references must all adhere to APA stylehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper
In ancient manuscripts, another means to divide sentences into paragraphs was a line break (newline) follow by an initial at the beginning of the next paragraph. An initial is an oversize capital letter, sometimes outdented beyond the margin of the text. This style can be seen, for example, in the original Old English manuscript of Beowulf.
Outdenting is still use in English typography, though not commonly. Modern English typography usually indicates a new paragraph by indenting the first line. This style can be seen in the (handwritten) United States Constitution from 1787. For additional ornamentation, a hedera leaf or other symbol can be add to the inter-paragraph white space, or put in the indentation space.
A second common modern English style is to use no indenting, but add vertical white space to create “block paragraphs.” On a typewriter, a double carriage return produces a blank line for this purpose; professional typesetters (or word processing software) may put in an arbitrary vertical space by adjusting leading. This style is very common in electronic formats, such as on the World Wide Web and email. Wikipedia itself employs this format