Uilt and consequences in Macbeth and The Kite Runner
_____ Your essayas introduction contains an interesting and arguable thesis statement that takes a stance on the theme you respond to; the conclusion is thoughtful and does not simply restate your essay.
There are at least three correctly cited and clearly explained examples from Macbeth and The Kite Runner that serve as evidence and analysis for guilt and its consequences. Introduce the line youare going to cite with a sentence or two: a?Put the lines of verse in quotes like this. In parentheses, put the act, scene, and line numbers, in that order, followed by a perioda? (5.3.21-22). Citing lines you have to put a slash in between the two sentences. Then, be sure youave explained the significance of the passage in two or three sentences of your analysis. Avoid plot summary.
Writing is enticing, engaging, and uses specific, exciting and lively language to get your points across. Pay attention to your verb choices: do you use a lot of the same verbs (for example, the a?to bea? verb: is, are, was, were). Feel free to use figurative language to make your point stronger!
Paper is free of grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. Pay careful attention to fragments, comma splices, run-ons, punctuation use, and apostrophe use. 1.5 or double spaced,
12 point font [Times New Roman or similar], organized into indented paragraphs. Five paragraphs minimum.