***use any literary text to write an argumentative paper about some work of literature — entirely of your choosing. It\’ll be based in close reading, and particularly devoted to thinking about the language the author uses( dialect and . It\’ll be around 2,000 words long. It\’s not a research paper; though I certainly don\’t object to research, and even encourage it, the point isn\’t to give me a bunch of facts. It\’s to make an argument based on your reading of a text.
-***the whole entire paper should be argumentative about the language, dialect and dialogue the author uses throughout the book and provide many examples from the one source you picked to back up your statements.
-compare the language used in the book to todays language.
-what does the language show the readers and how can they understand it and how powerful language is?
-the paper should be about the language in a literary text( ex. a book) and how it is displayed through text.
-please make sure the thesis is good because that is whats most important.
-please make sure there is no plagiarism.
– use quotes from any literary text and cite!!
-explain the background of the literary text and provide analysis.
-please read the following examples to understand more about the idea the argumentative paper should be written like.
IMPORTANT Examples to read:(this is what the paper should sound like)
-\”Even the best online dictionaries don\’t reveal the full meaning of the verb rock as it\’s used in \’90s hip-hop. The range of meanings evident in context is wider than UrbanDictionary suggests, and more conventional dictionaries don\’t touch on these meanings at all.\”
-\”Junot Diaz gets some of his comic effect in Oscar Wao by mixing specifically Dominican Spanish words with his English. Even those who know Mexican or Puerto Rican Spanish are unlikely to get some of the references, and this effectively divides his audience into those who know the Spanish of the DR (and get the jokes) and those who don\’t (who are the targets of the jokes).\”
-\”The Declaration of Independence gets some of its grandeur and dignity by using a disproportionate number of words derived from Latin, especially in the statements about fundamental human rights.\”
-\”Most of J. K. Rowling\’s spells involve Latin (and pseudo-Latin) words, and knowing the Latin roots helps explain most of them.