Question Description

Question: .Willa Cather believes human relationships are the “tragic necessity” of human life. Explore Cather’s reflections on human relationships, discover an aspect upon which you want to focus, and discuss how it relates to THREE works of literature.

Length Requirement: 6-7 pages

Formatting Requirement: Adhere to MLA guidelines (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for formatting.

Note: You must include a Works Cited page that lists the three works you are discussing. Also, while I don’t encourage you to use outside sources, if you do, include those in your list of works cited. Your Works Cited page must adhere to MLA works cited page guidelines (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., and it does not count as part of the page-length requirement.

Further Instructions:

– Make sure you include a title for your analysis. Your title must clearly indicate that this is an essay about (the) literature.

– At the end of your first paragraph, include a clear, direct thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. in your essay’s introduction that provides focus for your discussion. Your thesis must clearly focus on the prompt, and it must offer up a statement that needs to be proven in your discussion.

– In your introduction, you must also preview the works you will discuss in the order you discuss them. Mention both the authors and the “titles” (in quotations not italics). Also, make certain the works you choose are from the “Living in Families” unit.

– Go beyond the 5-paragraph essay.

– Write in present tensePreview the documentView in a new window. When you write about literature, use present tense—the words continue to speak to you from the page.

– Make sure you supply sufficient textual evidencePreview the documentView in a new window to support your ideas. In each body paragraph of your essay, provide 2 to 3 direct quotations to indicate a close reading of the literature. This does not mean “padding” your essays with lengthy quotations. Choose quotations wisely, integrate them correctly, and analyze them in your discussion.

– Remember—and I can’t stress this enough—the essay is not merely a series of plot summariesPreview the documentView in a new window. Rather, I am more interested in what you have to say about the literature and any comparisons or contrasts you can make.

Essay structure:

Intro

body 1 – Living in Families – Willa Cather on Relationships Story: – conflict

– reconciliation

body 2 – story 1: – conflict story 1

– reconciliation story 1

body 3 – story 2: – conflict story 2

– reconciliation story 2

body 4 – story 3: – conflict story 3

– reconciliation story 3

Conclusion

ps: all the conflicts and reconciliation in the 3 stories should be pretty much the same.

important: All 11 stories are attached in a word doc.

Question: .Willa Cather believes human relationships are the “tragic necessity” of human life. Explore Cather’s reflections on human relationships, discover an aspect upon which you want to focus, and discuss how it relates to THREE works of literature. Length Requirement: 6-7 pages Formatting Requirement: Adhere to MLA guidelines (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for formatting.Note: You must include a Works Cited page that lists the three works you are discussing. Also, while I don’t encourage you to use outside sources, if you do, include those in your list of works cited. Your Works Cited page must adhere to MLA works cited page guidelines (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., and it does not count as part of the page-length requirement.Further Instructions: – Make sure you include a title for your analysis. Your title must clearly indicate that this is an essay about (the) literature. – At the end of your first paragraph, include a clear, direct thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. in your essay’s introduction that provides focus for your discussion. Your thesis must clearly focus on the prompt, and it must offer up a statement that needs to be proven in your discussion.- In your introduction, you must also preview the works you will discuss in the order you discuss them. Mention both the authors and the “titles” (in quotations not italics). Also, make certain the works you choose are from the “Living in Families” unit.- Go beyond the 5-paragraph essay.- Write in present tense. When you write about literature, use present tense—the words continue to speak to you from the page. – Make sure you supply sufficient textual evidence to support your ideas. In each body paragraph of your essay, provide 2 to 3 direct quotations to indicate a close reading of the literature. This does not mean “padding” your essays with lengthy quotations. Choose quotations wisely, integrate them correctly, and analyze them in your discussion. – Remember—and I can’t stress this enough—the essay is not merely a series of plot summaries. Rather, I am more interested in what you have to say about the literature and any comparisons or contrasts you can make. Essay structure:Introbody 1 – Living in Families – Willa Cather on Relationships Story: – conflict – reconciliation body 2 – story 1: – conflict story 1 – reconciliation story 1body 3 – story 2: – conflict story 2 – reconciliation story 2body 4 – story 3: – conflict story 3 – reconciliation story 3Conclusionps: all the conflicts and reconciliation in the 3 stories should be pretty much the same.important: All 11 stories are attached in a word doc.