Order ID 5657SFGFGGT44 Type Essay Writer Level Masters Style APA Sources/References 4 Perfect Number of Pages to Order 5-10 Pages
Girl by Jamaica Kincaid: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1978/06/26/girl
Your goal is to identify a thought-provoking detail in “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid and make a literary claim (argument) about the story based upon that detail. Basically, that detail could be referred to an “issue” in the text: a “problem”/conflict that invites further analysis and interpretation. Using the issue you raise as a jumping off point, your thesis statement (Your central point/theme!) should answer the question: What does this issue SHOW? What truth does it communicate? Your answer to that question will help you in presenting your interpretation of the story (an opinion you have about the story), not a summary “fact” of the story that any reader can comprehend. Therefore, your thesis is a literary claim: A point you are making about a work of literature.
Remember then that your goal as a literary critic (writer about literature) is to fully prove your claims using the text as evidence. Therefore, each body paragraph should make its own claim related to the thesis, followed by providing specific details in the form of quotes that support the topic sentence. Finally, at the end of each body paragraph should also make a claim that advances the thesis. This means that no paragraphs should begin or end by just giving a detail from the text. They should begin and end with claims related to the thesis.
Your conclusion should re-state your thesis (central literary claim) and ideally present your reader with an insight you haven’t previously made, possibly related to the story’s theme or themes and how we can relate to it.
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