Directions: After reading the tutorial about how to write a character analysis, write an analysis of one of the following: Sammy from Updike’s “A & P,” Miss Brill from Mansfield’s “Miss Brill,” or Miss Emily from Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily.” The link for “Miss Brill” is in the READ module. Use the template provided as a guide.
Be sure to use specific evidence from the text to support your analysis.This essay MUST contain quotes and/or paraphrases to support your main points. This evidence must have in-text citations and be listed in your Works Cited.
Students who do not use the required textbook but instead choose to use the internet to find these sources run the risk of incorrectly formatted in-text citations and works cited entries. Essays containing incorrectly formatted in-text citations and works cited entries cannot earn an “A.” Most earn a “C” if the essay is well organized, has a proper thesis statement and proper body paragraphs. Essays without both earn an “F” grade.
I will only open websites that are from .edu, .org, .gov, .net. Any other types of websites run a higher risk of contaminating my computer with viruses.
Submit to Turn-it-In by clicking on the grey arrow (upload). Keep checking back for the originality report. Review the report and make changes as necessary to avoid plagiarism. You can resubmit to Turnitin until the due date.
IMPORTANT: The essay must be a minimum of 500 words, be double-spaced and follow MLA guidelines. Submit the revised essay before Sunday at midnight. If you wait until Sunday evening to submit, Turnitin will be busy, and you might not get your essay submitted on time. I do not accept late work, so do not wait until Sunday evening to complete your assignment.