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Thesis Example EN 209


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this is an example of a thesis to use for the research paper.
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Benjamin Crawford
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Date Created: 02/14/16
Marti1 Forrest Warren Martin Professor Crawford EN-209-007 26 January 2016 Research Paper Thesis Statement and Outline I am planning on researching Walking (1861) by Henry David Thoreau and analyzing it for theme and how theme is conveyed. My current Thesis is: Henry David Thoreau uses Walking to illustrate how society strips humans of their natural state and freedom. I plan to defend this thesis by organizing my paper as follows; Paragraph 1) Introduction offering background on Thoreau and his beliefs, education, and the essay Walking. Paragraph 2) Thesis and main points that I will use in the paper to support the thesis. Paragraph 3) Discusses what Thoreau believes to be the current human state caused by society. Paragraph 4) Discusses what Thoreau believes to be the natural human state. Paragraph 5) Discusses Thoreau’s definition of freedom Paragraph 6) Discusses how society changes human behavior Paragraph 7) Will offer a conclusion and tie the paper back to the thesis


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