A research paper that analyzes and interprets a text

Students must select one essay, story, narrative, or poem and present a “conspiracy theory,” which presents a view of the literature that has not been previously discussed in class.

6-8 pages, I am fine with 6 pages, I will provide the story and the rubric. have to just interpret the short story in a different way than we did in class.

Also if he does the essay wrong what happens? like he did it in a different way than I needed to do it. Also as long as I get a 90 I am fine, it is a college class I take and I am a high school student. The class is ENGLISH 232

Sorry for the questions and this is the full guide for the final essay. Write a research paper that analyzes and interprets a text read this semester.
Students must select one essay, story, narrative, or poem and present a “conspiracy theory,” which presents a view of the literature that has not been previously discussed in class.
It is important to note that effective composition of this essay requires:
Successful analysis and interpretation of a text, digging deep to find an idea not previously considered.
Although the term “conspiracy theory” suggests an idea outrageous or scandalous, the interpretation does not necessarily have to be. The goal is to write a literary criticism that exposes the reader to something we do not often think about in relation to the literature, if ever.
Reason; do not jump towards a conclusion just because it is different. Make sure that all claims can be backed up with textual evidence and supporting materials.
While it might be helpful to briefly summarize the content or plot of your subjects of analysis, keep this to a minimum. You do not want to simply skim the surface of the literature. As Herman Melville once said, “Any fish can swim near the surface, but it takes a great whale to go down stairs five miles or more.” In summation, be a great whale!
7-9 primary or secondary sources need to be cited in the essay, with your text being analyzed automatically counting as a source.
To ensure credibility, the remaining sources should come from an established database such as N.C. Live or printed materials, such as books, magazines, or newspapers. If you are not sure whether you are using legitimate sources, consult the guidelines for choosing sources in the Norton Field Guide to Writing, which is on reserve in the library. If you are still not sure, ask the instructor. Avoid user-editable web sites, such as Wikipedia and Associated Content, and essay mills, such as 123helpme.com. Using them (or similar sites) will result in a failing grade for the essay, no exceptions. Also, avoid definitions as sources; they are often common knowledge and unnecessary, especially if using the word’s denotation. If you are not sure, ask.
Proper MLA formatting and citation is required. This means proper paraphrases and direct quotations using appropriate signal phrases and correct in-text citations, and a separate, alphabetically organized Works Cited page as a separate link on the web site or on each page. These guidelines (with examples) are available in the Norton Field Guide to Writing guides and OWL links posted on Moodle. Using MLA formatting tools in a word processing program or a web site such as Citation Machine or Easy Bib is not prohibited, but highly discouraged. You are responsible for ensuring correct MLA, not the computer. You can only learn by doing.
The essay should be at least 6-8 pages, double-spaced, MLA format, Times New Roman 12pt font.

This essay is worth 30% of your grade, so work hard on this!

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