Write an analysis of a theme in the following short story:Tillie Olsen, “I Stand Here Ironing” • Your thesis should reflect three points (aspects of theme) that you are going to focus on in your paper. Another approach to thematic analysis is to illustrate three methods by which an author develops a theme.• Quote liberally from the short story (citing in-text, MLA style). Look up how to quote short prose passages, as well as how to block longer passages of prose. Remember to introduce each quote with an independent clause (followed by a colon); the introduction to a quote provides you with an opportunity to state an opinion and make clear why the quote is significant.• You will need a works cited page (MLA format), in which you cite the short story.• You are to use o—the AND othe my (such as JSTOR, Academic Search Complete, or ProQuest). The article should be either a critique of the short story or a discussion of themes in the works of the writer of that short story. The link to rar and should include this citation to be placed at the end• Quote at least twice from the peer-reviewed article in your paper.Length: 2-3 pages (minimum), double spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margins Review of the -word theme:I. Paragraph I—Introduction—• Lead-in (mention the title of the work, the author’s name, and the date ofcomposition)• Provide a brief synopsis (2-3 sentences, with the gist of the work)• Thesis statement—list the points to be developed in the body of the paperII. Paragraph 2—First Body Paragraph—• Follow the topic sentence with support—and in a literary analysis, that meansquotations, quotations, quotations!III. Paragraph 3—Second Body Paragraph-• Follow the topic sentence with support—and in a literary analysis, that meansquotations, quotations, quotations!IV. Paragraph 4—Third Body Paragraph• Follow the topic sentence with support—and in a literary analysis, that meansquotations, quotations, quotations!V. Paragraph 5—The Conclusion• Mirror the introduction—restate the thesis, restate the major points withoutbeing repetitive • End with an important thought, a provocative idea, a quote
https://primenursingessays.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LOGO-1-300x75.png 0 0 Mick https://primenursingessays.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LOGO-1-300x75.png Mick2017-08-07 05:25:512017-08-07 05:25:51Discuss short story:Tillie Olsen, “I Stand Here Ironing” .