THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE AN OUTLINE NOT A DRAFT. Now, this is the time to set things up for your final paper. Remember, if it is not in the outline, more than likely it will not be in your paper, so it is important that you outline this paper with details. Basically the outline has already been created for you, since you know the required elements. Let’s take a look at the last paper assignment again. Literary Analysis (Links to an external site.) Now, under assignment. You see there are six elements which must be addressed in your paper. Please also use the handout with pointers on how you can go into details within these sections. Bring in your outside sources…yes, actually say when you are going to use them and even put the in-text citation. As this will help you to keep on track. 🙂 So how would this look. (It does not have to look exactly like this…I am just giving you an idea) Sample OUTLINE I. Introduction Write out your introduction… Thesis : Your thesis should contain two elements….make sure they are here… II. PLOT: analyze the plot. III. CHARACTERS: using the Character Analysis outline, analyze the characters.<–This was posted earlier in Module 3. 🙂 IV. THOUGHT: Explain the nature of the world created by the playwright. What forces operate in this situation? What does it mean to be a human being in this world? What threatens the characters? What solutions are available? How are problems resolved, if they are resolved at all? What sort of feelings are aroused by these characters, these events? V. DICTION (LANGUAGE): Describe the play’s language and any rhetorical plays on language associated with it. Prose or poetry? Poetry: rhymed or unrhymed? metrical or free? imitative of daily speech or highly manipulated? Prose: rhythm imitative of daily speech or highly manipulated? Both: dialect and vocabulary of daily life or elevated/manipulated? Relationship of character and diction? VI. MUSIC: Describe the playwright’s choices regarding rhythm, time, and sound. Include examples of rhythmic repetitions of sounds, words, lines, or scenes; hurried or leisurely speech or movement; music or sound effects. VII. SPECTACLE: Describe important elements of the settings and explain how each should appear to create appropriate mood and atmosphere and assist the communication of idea. Explain whether the setting is necessary or significant to the events or ideas of the play or is merely appropriate background. Describe other important elements of spectacle. VIII. What does all this add up to? On the basis of the evidence you have described above, explain as fully as you can the meaning (particular point, general truth, argument, or proposition) embodied by the playwright in the selection and arrangement of the materials of this play
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