*This all pertains to the short story “Which is More Than I Can Say About Most People” by Moore, Lorrie.*
This is not a research paper. Rather, it is a discussion of the theme of the story. I’m interested in seeing your in-depth thoughts about your story’s emotional and intellectual impact. While looking at the impact of the story, explain how the author achieved that power. For example, possibly your author heightened our empathy for a character with a well-placed flashback. There is no right or wrong view of your story. However, you must create a persuasive, well-organized, and well-supported argument for your perspective on it.
While exploring the meaning of your story you must employ strong writing skills, including:
1. Clearly state the theme of your essay at the beginning of your essay.
2. Also, at the beginning of your essay, give your reader a blueprint of what you plan to cover.
3. For each point in the body of your essay, provide supporting evidence. Never state an opinion without using examples from your story and clear logic to persuade your reader that your point is valid. Avoid generalizations.
4. Make the points of your argument with as much depth as possible. Elaborate on what you’re saying. Delve deeply into each part of your argument.
Follow standard Modern Language Association (MLA) format.
You should have one citation, and that will be to the story itself. Use the reference information at the top of the first page of your story for this. When you quote from your story, be sure to cite the page number.
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