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Directions for final (typed)

by: Tamara Love

Directions for final (typed) Eng 466

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Typed directions for final. This does not contain notes on discussion material. Only the final directions.
African American Literature
Dr. Coleman
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This 1 page Bundle was uploaded by Tamara Love on Saturday April 9, 2016. The Bundle belongs to Eng 466 at University of New Mexico taught by Dr. Coleman in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see African American Literature in African Studies at University of New Mexico.

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Date Created: 04/09/16
The difference between a theme and a motif is that a theme runs through the entire work, while a motif could be a color or a metal or some other pattern repeated throughout a text. Directions for final: Two part title Topic of your choice based on Toni Morrison’s book, “Beloved” Do not write plot summary Choose a critical method such as feminist, Marxist, reader response, critical race theory, etc. (look at Owl purdue for suggestions) 250 words on why you chose that critical method Next choose a character or two and a theme or motif Examples of theme are the psychological impact of slavery, women and feminist perspectives, Christianity and slavery, etc. Your paper will consist of warrants and claims followed by a thesis sentence by itself. Use historical context and literary analysis of the text. 3000-3250 words, Garamond font 12 pt. aprox 5 pg single spaced or 10 double spaced. Justify page, use endnotes and a works consulted page, and MLA format bibliography. Begin reading “Beloved” now if you have not


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