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Instructions: Task: 500-750 word critical analysis of one aspect of either: "Greasy Lake" or "Sonny's Blues"FORMAT: Follow the OUTLINE below:I. Introduction (Choose one of the strategies in the link i

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Task: 500-750 word critical analysis of one aspect of either: "Greasy Lake" or "Sonny's Blues"FORMAT: Follow the OUTLINE below:I. Introduction (Choose one of the strategies in the link in posted in previous unitA. Thesis: This essay will analyze ("Greasy Lake" "Sonny's Blues" CHOOSE ONLY ONE). It will employ a literary analysis that focuses on (Setting, Principle male characters, Principle Female Character, Theme or Symbolism-CHOOSE ONLY ONE)to gain a more thorough understanding of this story.II. Brief Plot Summary (Follow this 4 step template)-One the surface (author's name), (title of work) is nothing more than a story about (make a general statement)-The story takes place (when) and (where).-The principle characters include (identify and give reader a little info on each).-The story begins (lay out key plot points).*This summary should be NO MORE THAN 2 paragraphs.III  Body Analysis (In this section explore the 1 construct of narrative fiction that you identified in your thesis (Principle male characters--for example--or theme, etc) and use at least 3 textual warrants (relevant direct quotes from the story that help illustrate or support your analysis). You may also, quote from your fellow classmates in their responses posted in FORUM of these stories (make certain to give them credit.IV. Conclusion: 1 or two paragraphs of summing up your key points

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