Write an essay analyzing one of our stories from this Unit (by Ron Rash, Ken Liu, or Rebecca Roanhorse) that discusses why and how specific symbols, metaphors, uses of irony, or characters are used to depict one of the themes from Unit 1 (Love, Alienation/Otherness, the American Dream/Nightmare, Quest for Identity/Coming of Age, or Conformity/Rebellion) in a particular way. Your essay should incorporate details and quotes from the story, and you should use your own words to elaborate on the meanings of the details and quotes you use as evidence. Follow these steps: Of the chosen story, consider its themes, characters, organization, dialogue, setting, symbols, metaphors, irony, allusions, and other literary elements. How do these elements contribute to the theme? Why did the author choose to use them this way? Avoid plot summary. Be sure to maintain an appropriate academic tone (no slang, first- or second-person [“I,” “we,” “you”], contractions, etc.) scrupulous in its citations When writing your essay, the goal is to demonstrate what spin the story has on a particular theme. Be specific about the ways the theme is used and how the story’s use of symbols develops a deeper meaning to the theme. Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the story, but don’t forget that you must integrate the quotes grammatically and logically and comment on the quotes you use to explain why they are significant. I already have the thesis written, but I was asked to have it shortened a little more. You can completely write a new thesis if preferred. I also have the short story chosen and will upload it and my thesis. I just need the rest of the essay written. Thesis: The short story Badeye (2014) by Ron Rash displays the literary theme of rebellion with the use of the main character’s connection with an exiled character known as Badeye Carter who has given up on efforts to be included, strong symbolism regarding the main character’s obsession with snakes and his growing rebellion from his religious mother, and the irony of the main character experiencing a dangerous snake bite relating to the dangers of crossing the line between individuality and complete social rebellion.
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