Nalysis of Themes: Brotherhood and Love and Symbolism in The Red Convertibleand the story Sonnys Blues”

Analyze and interpret two of the short stories The Red Convertibleby Edrich and Sonnys bluesby Baldwin.

Analyze the themes: brotherhood and love in both stories. Show how those themes are played out in the two stories with the characters of both stories.

Also, analyze what The red convertiblesymbolizes and what jazz and blues symbolizes in Sonnys blues. Analyze the relationship between the two brothers in both stories and what mainly symbolizes their relationship as brother and their love as brother. How their close bond become affected and what symbolizes that closeness or why they are apart from each other at some point.

Be sure to follow the MLA format .

Please follow the following instruction in my paper:

1. Stick to the topic. Dont go wandering off somewhere; when you do, its hard to Come
back.Tell us what youre going to tell us, and then tell us.

2. The introduction should grab the reader. Make it clear what you will be discussing, what texts you will be
analyzing, and who the authors are, etc. Be sure to include your thesis. Define all of your terms..E.G.: A setting is the time and place in which the story is told. The setting in A Rose For Emilyis key to the story because it……..etc.In the next few paragraphs, you will prove that the setting is important; in other words, you will support the thesis.

In this case defines why this element: the theme and symbols are important to both stories and how they run the story.

4. Be sure to use quotes from the work; no one says it better than the writer does! At the end of a quote, the page number gets set in parentheses; the period is placed at the end of the
sentence. For example, you might write: We know that Lyman is a Native American Indian from his first sentence: I was the first one to drive a convertible…(167).

5. When you use two or more pieces of a story or research, be sure to let the reader know to which story you are referring. If it is not clear within the paragraph youve written, make it clear in the citation: I was the first one to drive…(Erdrich 167).

6. Remember that the author is not the narrator, unless we are reading autobiography. Erdrich wrote The Red Convertible,but Lyman tells us the story.

7. Never use Youin the essay. We do not address the audience unless we write for a specific audience. Academic essays, are written for general audiences. NEVER write You can see that Lyman..If the reader does not see that, youve just excluded him or her, and we want to be inclusive. You might write, We can see…or One can see.”

8. Do not use Iin the essay except anecdotally. If you want to write a paragraph in which you relate the story or the work being discussed to your own experience, it is permissible to do so IN ONE PARAGRAPH only. We are writing expository essays, not narratives.

9. Be sure to write in present tense. Because we can finish a story and then go back and read it again, there is a sense that stories are on-going. So we write: The narrator tells us,or Lyman states that ….,or Maggie tells her sister;not She told her sister.Keep present tense.

10. Do not write: I think,I feel,In my opinion,etc. It is obvious to the reader it is your
opinion; were it not, you would have to say whose opinion it is! Besides, a preliminary I thinkcould be read as Im not sure about this,and this weakens your argument. State your position as though it is a fact!

11. Authors are referred to by the last name, once you have stated who they are. So: lets say
we know from your intro that you are going to compare the settings of Flannery OConnor and William Faulkner (use full names the first time you state them). In the rest of the essay, when you refer to the authors, you simply write Faulkner or OConnor. We do not refer to the authors by their first names except in a narrative way.

12. Be sure that the contexts of the words you write are in agreement. One person is a he or she, not They.Two or more people are They.We write: He is the man who did this…not He is the man that did this….”

13. Titles of short stories, short poems and chapters are placed in quotation marks: The Red Convertible.”

Titles of plays and novels are underlined or italicized: War Dances; Responding to Literature.

14. Proofread your work carefully before submitting it.

15. No contractions in academic writing: I do not…she could not…

PLEASE I NEED A U.S WRITER WITH AN AMERICAN LITERATURE MAJOR TO WRITE MY PAPER. IT WILL BE EASY TO DO FOR AN AMERICAN LITERATURE MAJOR WRITER BECAUSE THESE ARE TWO FAMOUS SHORT STORIES. PLEASE I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT MY PAPER HAS EVERYTHING THAT I REQUESTED. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY SERIOUS PAPER AND I NEED PROFESSIONALISM AND DEDICATION. PLEASE FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES CAREFULLY AND IN DETAIL. I NEED TO OBTAIN A PROFESSIONAL WRITTEN PAPER AT A MASTER DEGREE LEVEL. PLEASE FOCUS ON THE THEMES AND SYMBOLS AS EXPLAINED BEFORE. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS DO NOT HESITATE TO E-MAIL ME. PLEASE SEND ME A DRAFT BEFORE YOU WRITE MY PAPER SO I CAN MAKE SURE YOU ARE GOING TO DO A GOOD JOB.

THANK YOU AND I HOPE WE CAN WORK TOGETHER TO MAKE A SUCCESSFUL PAPER.