RITICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY OF CYNTHIA OZICK THE SAWL”
DIRECTIONS FOR THE CRICTICAL ANALYSIS ESSAY OF CYNTHIA OZICK a?THE SHAWLa?
The analysis should have a minimum of 4 paragraphs with many examples from the text and your own ORIGINAL ideas.
1. Paragraph 1 should not be less than 6 sentences. Use an UPPER LEVEL VOCABULARY WORD. GRASP THE WRITERaS MAIN POINT (THESIS) AND THE GENERAL OUTLINE OF WHAT CYNTHIA OZICK SAYS.
2. Paragraph 2 should have at least 3 questions and at least 3 answers for those questions. WHAT ARE THE PREDOMINANT QUESTIONS YOU AKED YOURSELF AS YOU READ THROUGH THE PIECE? AS THOUGHT MORE DEEPLY, WHAT ANSWERS DID YOU COME UP WITH FOR THESE QUESTIONS?
3. Paragraph 3 should have a plethora (overabundance) of significantly connective words and phrases. WHAT SIGNIFICANTLY CONNECTIVE WORDS AND PHRASES DID THE AUTHOR USE TO CONVEY HER IDEA AND MAKE YOU AWARE OF THEME? HOW DID THE LANGUAGE HELP YOU ANYLAZE THE STORY?
4. Paragraph 4 should have no less than 6-7 sentences and should make a final unambiguous impact on the reader. Use another higher-level word in this paragraph, go out with style! WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STORY? (SIGNIFICANCEHAVING GREAT IMPLIED OR INTENDED MEANING)
Significance-is NOT a thesis
You may find the full text of a?The Shawla? by Cynthia Ozick at The-Shawl-Full-Text