Explore ideas by brainstorming, looking for quotes you believe to be important and by deciding what you want to interpret and how you will help your reader understand the novel better.

NOVEL CHOICES
-I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Maya Angelou
-Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte
-The Awakening Kate Chopin
-Invisible Man Ralph Ellison
-The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress Robert Heinlein
-To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain

While you read, take notes, pay attention to detail, identify elements of fiction (important features of character, irony, a theme and so on) Do not depend on online sources for guidance; instead look for genuine observation in the text itself. Explore ideas by brainstorming, looking for quotes you believe to be important and by deciding what you want to interpret and how you will help your reader understand the novel better. YOUR ACTUAL TOPIC IS UP TO YOU, BUT YOU CAN INCLUDE FOCUSING ON A CHARACTER OR CHARACTER RELATIONSHIP, ARGUING A PARTICULAR THEME, WRITING ABOUT THE VALUE OF THE BOOK OR THE REASON IT SHOULD OR SHOULD NOT BE READ.

Be sure to add your personal evaluation of the novel as well as a few topic ideas or interesting arts of the book that might lead to a topic.


 

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