3-4 pages double spaced, 12 pt font; use the quote sandwich (see Writing Process slides); avoid consulting outside sources
Analyze how a particular element (or elements) of fiction contributes to conveying main ideas to the reader, in either Bradbury’s “All Summer in a Day”
Essentially, this assignment asks you to think about how authors use setting, characterization, narrative approach, and/or language to help the reader understand main ideas or themes.
In your thesis, you should identify the fiction elements/ literary devices you are discussing, as well as the theme they help convey.To build a thesis, you will want to ask and answer the following questions:
WHAT is the author’s argument?
HOW (through which literary elements) is it conveyed?
Thesis Example: Fitzgerald uses foreshadowing and flashback in order to convey a sense of foreboding and haunted memory surrounding the failure of the American dream.
Essay Structure: Intro, Body Paragraphs, Conclusion
Intro: Begin with hook (quote, relevant personal anecdote, question or philosophical musing to grab reader’s attention), then introduce and summarize work you will be discussing (author, title, year of publication). End with thesis statement
Body: Each body paragraph should have a focus and main idea, and help prove your thesis statement. Give examples. Include textual evidence to support your points. Avoid super-lengthy quotes (try to stick to 4 lines or less). Avoid merely summarizing facts or the plot.
Conclusion: Explain what you learned from this reflection. You could also choose to make a connection to current events.
Note : I have attached pfd for this book here

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