Writing and Literary Essay

Topics: Writing, Greek loanwords, Critical thinking Pages: 2 (498 words) Published: March 17, 2014
The literary essay fulfills its purpose of analyzing the characters, themes, and/or historical context of the novel. This purpose is clearly articulated in a valid thesis statement. The literary essay fulfills its purpose of analyzing the characters, themes, and/or historical context of the novel, but the analysis is not complete. The purpose is stated in a thesis statement. The literary essay contains insightful analysis and examples of the choices characters make, the consequences of the choices, the connection to theme, and the way in which these ideas reflect the broader historical or literary context in Britain. The writer explains the connections between the evidence and the thesis. The literary essay contains examples and analysis,

but some points remain unsupported, or the writer
does not make a convincing connection between evidence presented and conclusions drawn. The essay may not fully explore or explain the way in which this work reflects its historical or literary context in Britain. The essay may present more summary than analysis. The literary essay fulfills its purpose of analyzing the characters, themes, and/or historical context of the novel. This purpose is clearly articulated in a valid thesis statement. The literary essay fulfills its purpose of analyzing the characters, themes, and/or historical context of the novel, but the analysis is not complete. The purpose is stated in a thesis statement. The literary essay contains insightful analysis and examples of the choices characters make, the consequences of the choices, the connection to theme, and the way in which these ideas reflect the broader historical or literary context in Britain. The writer explains the connections between the evidence and the thesis. The literary essay contains examples and analysis,

but some points remain unsupported, or the writer
does not make a convincing connection between evidence presented and conclusions drawn. The essay may not fully explore or...
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