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1. Pick your favorite writer from the semester and get to know them and their wo
1. Pick your favorite writer from the semester and get to know them and their work better. Read more of their fiction, poetry, or nonfiction. (Remember to keep track of all of your sources so that you can cite them.) Do some more research on their country of origin and their lives today. Watch videos of them, if you can find them, and read reviews of their work. ● A 2-4 page, double spaced, researched (and MLA-cited), thesis-driven analysis of this writer's importance in African Literature, as you understand it. Another way to think of this: In the grand (huge!) scheme of a conversation about African literature, where does this writer fit in? What is her/his unique contribution, as you see it? You might also look at the writer in context of their own country of origin and their unique contribution in that regard. o Though this is researched, try and keep this writing your own, limiting yourself to just short quotes or paraphrases from sources. This should not look like a report for which you've gathered info, copied it, and pasted it. I am interested in hearing what you think about the author and their contribution, based on your reading and research. One way to avoid this is to find some good sources, read them carefully and take notes on them, and then step away from those sources and write the essay. You can look back at your notes and things you’ve highlighted from your readings if there’s something that really must be quoted—because it’s so specific or specifically phrased that it seems essential to helping you make your point. Do use quotes and vivid descriptions to support your thesis. Do design your essay and cite your sources and use MLA formatting.

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