A Rose for Emily,” by William Fulkner

A Rose for Emily,” by William Fulkner

The assignment for this paper is to compare and contrast the function of perspective, (the narrator’s perspective, the perspective of different characters, ect.) in two of the following short stories. (you choose the two)

– “A Rose for Emily,” by William Fulkner
– “Prisoner on the Hell Plant: A Case History,” by Art Spiegelman
– “The Death of Ivan Ilych,” by Leo Tolstoy
– “The Man Who Was Almost a Man,” by Richard Wright
– “Yellow Woman,” by Leslie Marmon Silko
– “The Yellow Wallpaper,” by Charlotte Gillman

The Paper must have the following minimum elements:

1) An intro paragraph, wish a thesis statement that presents the papers overall point
2) A paragraph explaining the function of perspective in the first story; support your assertions with examples, quotes, and details from the text
3) A paragraph explaining the function of perspective in the second story; support your assertions with examples, quotes, and details from the text
4) A paragraph comparing and contrasting perspectives in the two stories
5) A conclusion paragraph that considers the larger implications of your findings and wraps up the paper

The paper must be 1,200 words, typed, and double-spaced, and it must be presented in concise error-free prose.

Grading Criteria:

1) All the requisite elements as outlines above
2) Adequate textual support
3) Smooth facilitative prose with strong paragraph and sentence structure
4) Mistake free and grammatically-sound writing

 

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