Havent decided yet (The theory in work of E. M. Forster)

It is a thesis on Edward Morgan Forster I should compare his theoretical view (from Aspects of the Novel) on story, people and plot, and his two novels (the practise). I think I wrote the first part (kind of:) so I would like to send it to you that you can implement it or its parts:) two novels are Where Angels Fear to Tread and A Passage to India. I should find differences between his theoretical view and those novels in field of story, people and plot. Ive already read the first book and cant find any real differences but that dont need to be issue because in conclusion I just need to state that there isnt any major desruption between his theory and work which I also think is due the fact that he wrote the theory after he finished with his novel writing. so the paper will probably consist more of showing how he uses (story, people and plot) in cocrete novel. Paper should also shortly introduce the author at the beggining. If any differences will be find then I can implement few more pages on structuralism because the structuralist believe that no matter how good your intentions are (theory) there are always other aspects which can easily transform what you originally intended.

BA Thesis:
a? Length: 9,000 a 11,000 words (without appendices).
a? Layout: Standard A/4 sheet, 12 point Times New Roman, with double spacing and 2.5 cm margins. On the left side of each page an extra 1.5 cm is to be left for binding.
a? Paragraph structure: indented paragraphs (1 cm) with no lines between paragraphs.
a? Sources: A minimum of six (6) sources in alphabetical order is required, including one (1) article from peer reviewed academic journals. citation should be Chicago (but that I can change myself:)
citation:
a? Use in-text documentation to cite a source whenever you
o summarize original ideas from one of your sources
o use factual information that is not common knowledge (Common knowledge is information that recurs in many sources. If you are not certain if it is common knowledge, cite to be safe.)
o quote directly or paraphrase from a source
a? Example of a direct quotation: Carter (1996) considers the plays written by Thomas Otwas as the best examples of heroic tragedy, a?where death and disaster could destroy the whole of societya? (74).
a? Example of a paraphrase: Carter (1996) thinks that the plays in which tragic events could have a devastating effect even on society are those written by Thomas Otwas (74).
a? Block quotations are indented by 2 cm from the left margin throughout the cited text.
a? Facts that are widely known, or information or judgments considered a?common knowledgea? do not have to be documented (Shakespeare was born in England.)

Content i¦ Required sections
1. Title page, a?ZadA?nA­a?, Declaration of Authenticity, Abstract:
See: s you will focus on.
The introduction should be concise and brief and should keep the readeras attention.
4. Body of the thesis:
- Literature review: In this section, you will have to present and summarise what the academic and professional communityas position is regarding the topic you are investigating. If there is a controversy, or if there are alternative views, this should be mentioned. If special terminology is required for the particular research, the definition of key terms must be given in this section.
- Research question and thesis statement: Once you have selected a general topic for your paper and analysed the literature, you need to formulate a thesis statement. This statement is the main and focal point of your paper and it is the position you will take on your particular topic. Formulating a strong thesis is one of the most important things you need to do. Evaluate the quality of your thesis statement by asking yourself these questions:
o Is my question concrete and specific so that I know what I am looking for? The following thesis statement, for example, is too broad:
a?The sea has multiple meanings in Ernest Hemingwayas The Old Man and the Sea.a?
A narrower and better focus of research would be:
a?The sea functions as an antagonist in Hemingwayas The Old Man and the Sea.a?
o Can sufficient data be gathered to support my thesis?
o Does my research contribute constructively to a general understanding of the issues my thesis focuses on?
You need to have a thesis statement that is narrow and precise enough so that you can prove it in the length available for your thesis (see below for the specific requirements).
- Research methodology: Think about various methods of collecting data that are applicable to your field of research (linguistics, methodology, and literature/culture).
- Analysis/results: Analyse the findings and then present plausible reasons why the results have turned out the way they did.
5. Conclusion
The conclusion of a thesis summarises the main findings of the paper in the context of the thesis and it places them in the broader context of the theoretical background.
6. References
This section must include all the direct sources that you referred to in the body of the paper.
7. Appendices
A good paper may include these. Appendices are texts, lists, maps, charts, graphs and other materials which are either too long to be inserted into the body of the thesis, or which are interesting, but not centrally important, to the discussion in the main text.
I will do the title page myself:)
IA?m more than happy to work with you alongside IA?m not looking for easy solution I just dont have a gift to write not that many pages anyway.