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Guidelines for final project
Please choose one of the following:
- A research paper (12-15 pages), which makes an argument about one or two novels and supports that argument with evidence from at least four scholarly sources. Your sources must be from peer-reviewed journals and published within the last 30 years.
- A multi-media presentation of one of the novels. This should include the following: contextual material, visual material, scholarly material, other primary material. It should also include a 7-9 page introductory essay that introduces the material and details the argument you are making about the novel. The introductory essay requires support from at least two peer-reviewed scholarly essays, published in the last 30 years.
Remember, for both projects, you must make an argument and back it up with evidence from the text and from your scholarly sources.
Due date: August 14 by 5:00 pm. Please email me the essays. No late papers will be accepted. If you are unable to complete the paper, you must ask me for an incomplete.