For your second essay, choose one of the “Suggestions for Writing” listed on pages 856, 900-901, or 907. OR, choose one of the poems in the introductory poetry chapter (670-697) and write an in-depth analysis of that poem similar to the sample essay on pages 694-697. Your essay should have a clear thesis, organized paragraphs with topic sentences, a logical progression of ideas, and transitions leading from one idea to the next. Your ideas must be supported by evidence from the text; therefore, you should include quotes, summaries, and/or paraphrases from the poem or poems you choose to discuss. Use MLA documentation to cite the poem or poems (in-text citations and a works cited page). It is important to note that for poetry you cite line numbers instead of page numbers. See pages 95-96 and 226-229 of the MLA Handbook for help citing poetry. Give your essay an original and intriguing title. This essay should be 3-5 pages long. A draft will be peer reviewed next week, but you must begin planning this week.
Write a one-page planning memo, describing your plans for writing this essay. Tell me which topic you have chosen and why you chose it. What made you interested in this topic? You should include a tentative thesis statement and a rough outline of your main ideas. Also include the evidence from the poem(s) you plan to use to support your ideas.
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