Can you help me understand this Literature question?
READINGS FROM LITERATURE FOR CRITICAL REFLECTION OR ONLINE:
“What is literature, and why write about it?”, pp. 1 – 8
“Writing about Fiction: The World of the Story”, 59 – 108
Online lessons in Module 1
FOCAL STORIES FOR MODULE 1:
Adichie, pp. 209 – 217, “Tomorrow Is Too Far”
Atwood, pp. 257 – 267, “The Art of Cooking and Serving”
Butler, pp. 287 – 305, “Bloodchild”
Carver, pp. 307 – 318, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”
Chopin, pp. 321 – 326, “Desiree’s Baby”
Devi, online, “Giribala”
Hemingway, pp. 342 – 346, “Hills Like White Elephants”
Lahiri, pp. 358 – 374, “Hell-Heaven”
Lim, online, “Paper”
Ousmane, online, “Her Three Days”
Integrating quotations and formatting bibliographies requires a lot of technical expertise, and the best way to develop such expertise is to practice. As we proceed to writing a first and then a second essay, a little practice with these technical elements seems like an excellent idea.
For your Discussion Post, complete two tasks: 1) Post two analysis paragraphs that make use of one quotation to support one interpretive claim; 2) Include citations for the quotations, and list references at the end of your post.
It is perfectly fine if you want to use a paragraph from one of your existing analyses, or from your developing Essay 1.
Be sure to use the correct format for your quotation. That is, if the quotation gets lengthy, use the correct “block quotation” format and remember that block quotations do not actually use quotation marks, even if that feels counter-intuitive. Use transitions, particularly an appropriate signal phrase, and be sure to be consistent with the style you choose for listing your reference.
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