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A character analysis is one of the most basic kinds of literary analysis, and, t
A character analysis is one of the most basic kinds of literary analysis, and, therefore, one of the most common. If you can submit the essay by the usual 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 3, that is fine. However, if you need a little more time, you can also submit during the first couple of days of Module 13, the week of April 11. Write a five-paragraph character analysis paper. Choose which character you want to analyze: Phoenix Jackson (the grandmother) in “A Worn Path” Mr. Martin in "The Catbird Seat" Maggie or Dee or Mamma in "Everyday Use" Montresor or Fortunato in "The Cask of Amontillado" Once you have chosen a character, decide which characteristics (I’d recommend three) you want to focus on. Each body paragraph should focus on one of the characteristics. Each body paragraph should deal with one characteristic, and each body paragraph should include a quotation from the story with an analysis of the quotation, explaining why/how the quotation supports your point. Avoid summary of the story in the body paragraphs. Papers should have proper formatting, which includes double spacing, a standard font, 12 point-font, proper heading, 1-inch margins, and no extra line spacing. Avoid the first-person or second person pronouns (I, me, you, your, etc.). You should have a title that tells the reader what your paper is going to be about. Your paper is not about “The Catbird Seat,” or "Everyday Use,” or “A Worn Path.” It is, rather, about a character. And, when writing about literature, you should try to keep the paper in the present tense. No research should be involved.

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