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Lit 230
Paper #2 assignment

5 full pages minimum, due Saturday, 5/11, no later than 11:59 pm. You must send your paper as a Word document via email to ciacciopapergmail.com. Iall return your papers with corrections and comments to the email address from which youave sent it. Please note that any paper not submitted on time will be reduced by a full letter grade for each day after the due date it is submitted. If there are any problems opening your document, it will be marked late.

Format: All papers are to be written in Times New Roman with size 12 font, standard margins (the default setting on most programs), and are to be double spaced. They must also have an appropriate title (i.e., one that specifically indicates the paperas topic) and numbered pages; additionally your name, the professoras name, the date, and the course title, should appear in the upper left corner of the first page. You do not have to use outside sources, but if you do, it will be necessary to include a a?works citeda? page.

Organization: Make sure that your thesis is clearly and precisely stateda itas generally a good idea to put it in the introductory paragraph. Paragraphs should have a topic sentence that describes what will be addressed in that paragraph, and all paragraphs should directly relate to the thesis. Both paragraphs and sentences should flow smoothly and logically from one to the next. Quotations should be cited in accordance with MLA style guidelines.

Content: Your paper should be thesis-driven, meaning that everything you write should have a clear connection to your thesis. Make sure the reasoning of your argument is easy to follow. It is necessary to support your claims with sufficient evidence from the text (i.e., quoted passages). Feel free to include in your paper any comments or issues that have been raised in class, however it is crucial to incorporate your own ideas. Avoid over-generalizations/exaggerations and plot-padding, and always keep your audience (i.e. me!) in mind.

Style: Be sure to maintain an impersonal, academic tone throughout. Choose your words carefully and use vocabulary appropriate for academic writing. Also be sure to proofread your paper and correct all spelling and grammatical mistakes, as these will negatively impact your grade.

Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the stealing and attempting to pass off as oneas own the work of another. This includes buying essays or copying them, either in whole or in part, or adopting the ideas of another writer and presenting them as oneas own. A single unattributed, copied sentence is considered plagiarism. This is a serious academic offense, and will result in a failing mark for the course. No exceptions will be made. Be sure to cite all secondary sources used.

3. Compare Job (Bible) and Oedipus. In what way are they both tragic figures? In what way are their tragedies different from one another?

we read in class Antigone & Oedipus the King in class please use only these texts when referring to oedipus