Chimney Sweeper

Perspective Literary Analysis Paper

Literature:  “The Chimney Sweeper-Innocence” and “The Chimney Sweeper-Experience”

Don't use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on
Chimney Sweeper
Just from $13/Page
Order Essay

Instructions:

Compose a critical analysis essay on one of the topics below. Your essay should be well developed, unified, coherent, and grammatically correct. Refer to the Grading Criteria for MCC English Classes in the First Day Handout for this course. Required length: 2-3 typed pages

Create a thesis statement, and back up your claim with support/evidence from the text. Support should contain clear, specific examples from the story you are analyzing, as well as documentation for all text references. Include at least two quotations from the story in each body paragraph of your essay, for a total of 4 quotations from the story/poetry. *See handouts about how citing poetry is different than stories.

 

Topics:

  1. Explain how the speaker’s perspective effects his (as all the speakers are male) view of the world, especially concerning what he views as right or wrong or as positive or negative.
  2. How do the speakers in Blake’s poems reveal their perspective of innocence and their perspective of experience?Analyze how the speaker’s perspective adds meaningto Blake’s social critiques (consider all aspects of society that he targets).

Paper requirements:

  • MLA format
  • Attention-getting introduction that establishes a clear context for the thesis
  • Precise two partthesis with a claim and a sense of purpose that references the literature (through author, title, or character)
  • Cleartwo part topic sentences that support the thesis and include a reference to the thesis
  • 2 Body paragraphs with 2-3 specific examples with 2-3 sentences of analysis for each example
  • Transitional phrases to connect sentences and ideas smoothly
  • Insightful conclusion that connects the theme of the work to something more universal
  • Works cited page
  • Length between 2-3 pages

For the Works Cited page. It is not included in the two-page length requirement; it should appear on a separate page at the end of your paper. You will automatically lose 20 points for not including a Works Cited page.

 

Steps:

  • Before beginning your paper, read the writing handouts; use them as a guide while working on your essay as well.
  • Use the outline form on the next page to plan your paper. You may write/type directly on the form or on a separate page.
  • After completing a rough draft of your essay, use the handouts in Canvas to make sure you have done everything correctly before submitting your essay.

Remember that when you write about literature, you should write in present tense, not past tense.  You should write as if the piece of literature and the characters are as alive today as they were when the novel was written.

Parenthetical Citation from the Text:

You must use at least 4 direct quotes from the text within your paper to prove your point.  A direct quote is writing word for word what the source says.  Do not use over 2 lines.  You are to put these words in quotation marks and cite the page number from which you got the information.  You can also paraphrase quotes from the book, but this too must have a citation.

Example: Nick says, “I was within and without, simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the  inexhaustible variety of life” (46).

You may lead into the quote with a colon if you have a complete sentence that prepares the reader for the following quotation.  The sentence before the quotation must support it.

Example:  Nick feels isolated from the outside world while he is at Tom and Myrtle’s party: “I was within and without, simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life” (46).

Do not use a drop quote, which is a quote that begins a sentence with no lead-in or introduction.

Poetry:

With poetry, you need to separate the lines with “/” slashes. You also cite line numbers instead of page numbers with poetry.

Example: The speaker reflects,”What did I know, what did I know /of love’s austere and lonely offices?” (Shakespeare lines 13-14). The slash appears after “know” because that is the end of the line and the next line begins with the word “of

The Homework College
Calculate your paper price
Pages (550 words)
Approximate price: -

Why Work with Us

Top Quality and Well-Researched Papers

We ensure that our writers and editors work within the work guidelines and follow all paper instructions to the letter. When placing an order, you choose the academic field and expert level (high school, college, university, or professional). Our team then assigns your paper to a writer with a respective qualification or degree to ensure that you receive quality work.

Professional and Experienced Academic Writers

We employ professional writers with more than two years of experience in academic and business writing. Most of our writers and editors are native English speakers to ensure quality and professional work. We are confident that our team of professional writers can handle all types of business and academic writing work.

Free Unlimited Revisions

We provide a free revision service for all orders. If you feel that our writers missed something, you can request a revision of your paper at no additional cost. When we deliver your work, you have seven days to go through it and request a revision or modification if you are not satisfied. You can also contact our support team directly for any clarifications and queries on revision.

Prompt Delivery and 100% Money-Back-Guarantee

We ensure that all papers are delivered on time. In case we need more time to master your paper requirements and deliver quality work, we may contact you and discuss a deadline extension. If a deadline extension is not feasible, depending on the work and submission deadlines, we guarantee a 100% refund.

Original & Confidential

To ensure that we deliver plagiarism-free work, we use various writing and plagiarism checking tools. Our professional editors' team carefully goes through all work and references used in papers to ensure proper referencing and that original work has been done. We also guarantee confidentiality in all the services that we provide.

24/7 Customer Support

Our support team is available round the clock for any customer queries and communication. We guarantee 24/7 customer support and assistance. Feel free to contact us at any time of day for questions and follow-ups.

Try it now!

Calculate the price of your order

Total price:
$0.00

How it works?

Follow these simple steps to get your paper done

Place your order

Fill in the order form and provide all details of your assignment.

Proceed with the payment

Choose the payment system that suits you most.

Receive the final file

Once your paper is ready, we will email it to you.

Our Services

You do not have to spend sleepless nights worrying about your paper. We got you covered. We offer all kinds of writing services.

Essays

Essay Writing Service

Regardless of the type of academic paper you need and its urgency, we have writers on call ready to work on your paper. Feel free to choose the field, educational level, and type of paper you want, and we will deliver it at an affordable price. We are here for all your academic and business paper needs. With our round the clock service, we guarantee that you will receive your work on time.

Admissions

Admission Essays & Business Writing Help

Admission essays are written by students wishing to join a college, graduate school or university, as applications for enrollment. We guarantee quality admission essays and business papers with our professional writing and customer care support services.

Reviews

Editing Support

We have experienced academic writers and editors who are on standby to make all the necessary changed to your paper at your request. We ensure that your paper is polished and appropriately formatted (APA, Harvard, Chicago/Turabian, MLA formats) before it is delivered.

Reviews

Revision Support

We provide revision support, where you can request a revision of a delivered paper if you feel that it can be improved or repolished. Your paper is checked by an experienced writer or editor for revamping and improvement upon a revision request. Revision service is free, and you can use it as many times as you wish until you are satisfied with your paper.