Pick a critical lens from those studied in class. Research the critical lens and its application to our earlier works. Examine our three novels, Frankenstein, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Synthesis your critical viewpoint with the thematic discussions about relationships, science, and monsters from earlier in the course. Be sure to include three newly discovered critical articles in your discussion as well as the critical literature that we have reviewed earlier in the course as you make your examination of the novel.
The following criteria should guide the development of this paper:
Introduce the discussion with a short explanation of the element you will pursue. Be sure to include a thesis statement that serves as a guide for the rest of the paper.
Organize the essay in a way that provides for a logical progression of ideas that lead to a satisfying conclusion.
Edit for standard grammar and style, paying particular attention to complete sentences and coherent paragraphs.
Adhere to length parameters between 2000 and 2500 words upon the subject.
Follow MLA formatting and style. Consult Purdue OWL at https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_sample_paper.html (Links to an external site.) and Excelsior’s OWL at https://owl.excelsior.edu/citation-and-documentation/mla-style/ (Links to an external site.) for specifics on what your paper should look like.
Use MLA guidelines to properly cite sources for summaries, paraphrases, and direct quotes within the paper. Remember, any information that you include in your paper which is not common knowledge, including ideas, MUST be cited. See Purdue OWL’s discussion on proper in-text and parenthetical citation here: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_in_text_citations_the_basics.html (Links to an external site.) and Excelsior OWL’s discussions at https://owl.excelsior.edu/citation-and-documentation/mla-style/mla-in-text-citations/ (Links to an external site.) and https://owl.excelsior.edu/citation-and-documentation/mla-style/mla-works-cited/ (Links to an external site.)
Include a Works Cited page that is properly formatted and will lead the reader directly to each cited work. A lack of clarity or precision in this section brings to question the academic validity of the paper and leaves the author open to other more serious charges.
Use a mixture of primary and secondary sources. Include at least Nine sources in the paper. Your sources must include the three novels and at least six critical articles.
Have your completed draft paper ready to share for peer reviews by Wednesday of Week 15.
Submit the essay by Thursday of week 16 for full credit. Late papers are not accepted for this assignment.
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The attached rubric will be used to grade your paper.
A revision is not planned for this paper. Please complete your draft in time to allow for substantial revision BEFORE the paper is submitted.
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