topics in literature

Hello class,


          We are reading stories by Louise Erdrich, Leslie Marmon Silko and Sherman Alexie, and reading an interview of Scott Momaday…

Write a five paragraph essay (double spaced) where you compare characters from the storires. That is, choose the main character

or another character (one from each story — three characters. Now compare them. Also bring into your essay the Scott Momaday

interview, which will serve as some background material and research. This is analysis, research, creativity, plus you. Add one or two

short quotes. With comparision papers, we look for common ground. Pick the big and important — the significan stuff. Name names,

give details, be accurate. Comparative/synthetic thinking is a valuable skill in critical thinking and creativty. This is five paragraphs

with double spacing, great title and thesis, the works…. Please be sure to post the review at the same time as you post

the essay. it’s all posted right here on Discussion Board on or before April 8. The two tutor requirements in this course equal

10 points toward your final class grade, no exceptions. So please do not ask me about any deviations from the tutor requirements.

As Nike says, just do it.

The Stone | The New Yorker
Louise Erdrich has written seventeen novels, including LaRose, the winner of a National Book Critics Circle Award, and The Night Watchman, which comes out next year. Read more

Leslie Marmon Silko The Man to Send Rain Clouds | Genius
The Man to Send Rain Clouds Leslie Marmon Silko. The Man to Send Rain Clouds Lyrics. ONE They found him under a big cottonwood tree. His Levi jacket and pants were faded light-blue so that he had …

What You Pawn I Will Redeem | The New Yorker
Apr 21, 2003 Sherman Alexie is the author of twenty-six books, including the memoir You Dont Have to Say You Love Me, which comes out in June. Read more

Interview with Author N. Scott Momaday – HistoryNet
Writer N. Scott Momaday won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel House Made of Dawn. (Photo courtesy University of New Mexico Press) American Indian writers today owe a great deal of thanks to N. Scott Momaday, who paved the way for

Same thesis:

Sample Outline:

1. Thesis and more. What’s more? Interpretation, quote, anecdote, wisdom, history,

culture, etc.

2. Character from Silko story. And compare.

3. Character from Erdrich story. And compare.

4. Character from Alexie story. And compare.

5. Conclusion. Tie it all together. Mention them all in one of the sentences. Be wise, leave the reader pondering the amazement.


“Don’t think you know, know that you know.” The Matrix.

Best wishes,


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