Some transitions that could be used in this essay are: also, another, not only, but, while.

This is a formal, academic essay and should use proper MLA format. Should have a total of five paragraphs: introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion paragraph. Be sure to give the paper a unique title. The use of “you” is NOT allowed. Transitions are important in this style of writing. Some transitions that could be used in this essay are: also, another, not only, but, while. You must use evidence to back up any statements. That means specific examples and explanations. Don’t use “I think”; this is your essay, it is a given that this is what you think.
Be sure to mention the title of the work to which you are responding, the author, and the main thesis of the text, using correct English for the first sentence of your paper! Then, give a brief summary of what happens in the story in your introduction. Let the last sentence of your introduction be your thesis statement (argument you intend to make concerning the story). Following prompts below to write for the body paragraphs
How much does the text agree or clash with your view of the world, and what you consider right and wrong? Use several quotes as examples of how it agrees with and supports what you think about the world, about right and wrong, and about what you think it is to be human. Use quotes and examples from the text. How well did you enjoy the text (or not) as entertainment or as a work of art? Use quotes or examples to illustrate the quality of the text as art or entertainment.

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