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    Select one character from Macbeth, and compare with a character from The Kite Runner based on one of the quotations provided on the exam. For example, compare/contrast the character of Macbeth to Amir in the Kiterunner, based on the theme of “guilt” in both Macbeth and The Kiterunner. Other possible...
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  • Macbeth Thesis Statement Research
    http://www.paperstarter.com/macbeth.htm Thesis Statement / Essay Topic #4: Thesis Statement/Essay Topic #5: Blood Imagery in Macbeth Violence and the bloodshed that results are important symbols in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. While the blood that is shed is a tangible reminder of the outcomes of misused...
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    Macbeth by William Shakespeare Essay Topic: Compare/contrast Macbeth and Lady Macbeth with regard to Duncan’s murder – before, during, and after the murder is committed. You will focus on Acts I – III for this essay, specifically. Use the AB/AB method of comparison...
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    Chalk Engl 110 February 15, 2011 To the Reader, I believe that the main point in my essay is the fact that once moral codes are lost they are gone forever. My biggest problem with writing this essay was stringing everything together in a clear and concise manner. I think my point on the importance...
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  • Macbeth
    Macbeth – Question Guide ACT 2 Act 2, Scene 1 1. What is the cause of Banquo’s sleepless night? 2. Find lines which suggest that in this scene the attitude of Banquo towards the king stands out in contrast to that of Macbeth. 3. What details in Macbeth’s second important soliloquy help...
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    Essay Tips and Reminders: INTRODUCTION: General opening statement: Marginalization has been present throughout human history and it is often explored in many works of literature. (boring….you can do better!) Harnessing statements: -introduce texts and authors and connect to topic: In Mary Shelly’s...
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    Introductory Paragraph of a Five-Paragraph Essay In the standard introduction to a five-paragraph essay, the writer works from general to specific. There should be a broad, non-controversial introductory sentence that puts the reader in the ballpark of the essay. This can easily be accomplished by mentioning...
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    Expository Essay: Lord Acton once said, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Write an essay in which you analyze Macbeth as a round character who has become corrupted by his ambitious power. Round Character- Character that changes throughout the play. SAT Vocabulary-...
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    Thesis Statement In William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”, Macbeth is a tragic hero who causes suffering by committing murder and distress, exemplifying the negative effects of a bloodthirsty desire for power. II. Topic Sentence Macbeth’s want for power causes him to commit acts of murder that brings great...
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    into a clear, concise thesis statement that will accurately reflect the given prompt. The introduction will also begin to address your “answer” to the “so what?” question. Author(s) and title of work(s) • Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World • William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth • Paulo Coelho’s...
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    Steve Campsall Here's how to write your best essay ever... Whatever the essay you have been asked to write, the key to making it as effective as it can be is to write it as a wellstructured and well-supported argument. You will find that an ‘argument’ essay is easier to plan, more fulfilling to write...
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    LITB3 Section A Essay writing tips Intro: • Attack the question and offer a suggestion as to your answer • Make clear, quickly, the 4-6 areas which will be explored to help answer the question • Show you are aware of ALL parts of the question • No need to quote • Do not include a bolt-on load...
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    _____________________________________________________________ Critical Lens Unit Task—choose one of the following lens quotes and write a critical lens essay using The Tragedy of Macbeth. 1. “The soul that has conceived one wickedness can nurse no good thereafter”—Sophocles, Philocetes 2. “Ambition destroys...
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    MACBETH ESSAY SAMPLE INTRODUCTION All dramatic texts position readers to perceive characters and their subsequent development in a particular way. These varying representations ensure powerful ideas are conveyed to the audience. Both Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the modern BBC version Joe Macbeth use...
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    Examples of Interesting Thesis Statements for the Macbeth Essay Macduff is the only character who shows real humanity in the play Contrast his character with the lack of humanity showed by others, highlighting the specific points in which he shows “true” human emotion The Witches are responsible...
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  • Critical Essay Explication and Response of Klein’s Essay “Lady Macbeth: Infirm of Purpose.”
    Lady Macbeth is a central figure in Shakespeare’s play “ The Tragedy of Macbeth.” She is a controversial character of deep mystery and great ambition. In the essay, “Lady Macbeth: Infirm of Purpose” Joan Larsen Klein analyzes what was the role of woman during the Shakespearian times and how Lady Macbeth...
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    Macbeth Comparative Essay Sign up for your choice of topic in class on Friday Dec.10. Limit FOUR students per topic. Instructions: A) Referring to the play, the prompts provided for you, and at least one academic secondary source, write a five paragraph (minimum) to seven paragraph (maximum) comparative...
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  • Elements of Essay
    ELEMENTS OF ESSAY 1. Thesis: your main insight or idea about a text or topic, and the main proposition that your essay demonstrates. It should be true but arguable (not obviously or patently true, but one alternative among several), be limited enough in scope to be argued in a short composition and...
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  • How To Write Literary Analysis
    How To Write Literary Analysis The Literary Essay: A Step-by-Step Guide When you read for pleasure, your only goal is enjoyment. You might find yourself reading to get caught up in an exciting story, to learn about an interesting time or place, or just to pass time. Maybe you’re looking for inspiration...
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  • Introduction to Literature Documents and Forms
    c. Evaluate the meaning of the selected literary work, using the analytical approach you described. Your paper should be organized around a thesis statement about the selected literary work and the approach you are using to analyze the work. All sources must be properly cited. The paper must include...
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