The final project, worth 40 percent of the final grade, is a 1,500-word [minimum; there is not a maximum word count] interpretive essay [not a research paper] based on the required book. No other sources, such as websites on the Internet, can be used. I want to know what you think, not what some professor or blogger thinks. Your goal is to discuss the experiences of three primary characters in the book. For example, how did some people manage to survive the oppression and brutality? Why were certain people targeted for oppression and brutality? What forms of oppression did some people experience? Brief quotes from the book will strengthen your essay. To cite a quote, merely indicate the author’s name and the page number parenthetically within the text. For example: (Zia, p. 58). Use single space throughout the paper. Avoid writing in the first person [for example, no need to say “I think” since I know it is your paper] or using contractions.
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