This assignment will be 750 words in which you analyze at least three secondary sources. Grammar and content will be evaluated.
The assignment should follow this outline.
A. INTRODUCTION 1. Defines and identifies the topic and establishes the reason for the literature review. 2. Points to general trends in what has been published about the topic. 3. Explains the criteria used in analyzing and comparing articles.
B. BODY OF THE REVIEW 1. Groups articles into thematic clusters, or subtopics. Clusters may be grouped together chronologically, thematically, or methodologically (see below for more on this). 2. Proceeds in a logical order from cluster to cluster. 3. Emphasizes the main findings or arguments of the articles in the student’s own words. Keeps quotations from sources to an absolute minimum.
C. CONCLUSION 1. Summarizes the major themes that emerged in the review and identifies areas of controversy in the literature. 2. Pinpoints strengths and weaknesses among the articles (innovative methods used, gaps in research, problems with theoretical frameworks, etc.). 3. Concludes by formulating questions that need further research within the topic, and provides some insight into the relationship between that topic and the larger field of study or discipline.
Review of Literature should adhere to MLA conventions throughout.
This assignment should focus on secondary critcal sources that analyze your primary text. DO NOT analyzes American literature in general. Secondary sources are sources that analyze your primary text . The primary text is the story, poem or play that you are analyzing in your final research paper.
The following three pictures are an example, this one has been used for many times for the same teacher, you can keep the format but the articles and the analyzes should be changed.
The following document is the final research paper you have written before. If you can, please change the format of final research paper to MLA.
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Please find an article in the reading list to analyze and focus on three secondary critcal sources relate to the article.
Secondary sources are sources that analyze your primary text . The primary text is the story, poem or play that you are analyzing in your final research paper. just one article in the reading list.
Secondary sources were created by someone who did not experience first-hand or participate in the events or conditions you’re researching. For a historical research project, secondary sources are generally scholarly books and articles.
A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources may contain pictures, quotes or graphics of primary sources.
Some types of secondary source include: Textbooks; journal articles; histories; criticisms; commentaries; encyclopedias
Examples of secondary sources include:
For a historical research project, secondary sources are most often scholarly books and articles.
Whitman: “Song of Myself” (C23-65)
Local Color Realism
Twain, “The Notorious Jumping Frog” (C115-19)
Chopin, ” The Awakening ” (C548-576)
James, “Daisy Miller” (C410-50)
Chopin, “The Story of an Hour” (C542-544)
Gilman, “The Yellow Wallpaper” and “Why I Wrote TYWP” (C842-57)
Crane, “The Open Boat” (C1048-63)
Washington, Up from Slavery (C701-24)
DuBois, from The Souls of Black Folk (C920-55)
Modernism I: Poetry
Moore, “Poetry” (D339-40)
Pound, “In a Station of the Metro” (D297)
Pound, “The River Merchant’s Wife” (D297-98)
Pound, “Hugh Selwyn Mauberley” (D300-308)
Eliot, “The Waste Land” (D365-78)
Modernism II: Fiction
Anderson, “Winesburg” & “Hands” (D253-57)
Porter, “Flowering Judas” (D473-81)
Hemingway, “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” (http://xroads.virginia.edu/~drbr/heming.html (Links to an external site.) )
Fitzgerald, “Babylon Revisited” (D646-61)
Modernism III: Poetry
Cummings “Cambridge Ladies” (D611)
Cummings, “next to god…” (D612)
Stevens, “Sunday Morning” (D273-76)
H.D., “Leda” (D333), “Helen” (D335)
Williams, “The Red Wheelbarrow” (D288), “Spring & All” (D286)
Frost, “Mending Wall” (D220-21); “Stopping By Woods” (D233-34)
The Political 1930s
Faulkner, “Barn Burning” (D771-83)
Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse Five (E344-55)
Minimalism & Postcolonialism
Carver, “Cathedral” (E743-54)
“A Good Man is Hard to Find.” by Flannery O’Connor . This text is located in Volume E of your text book.
“Good Country People” by Flannery O’Connor . This text is located in Volume E of your textbook on pages 435-449.
read John Cheever’s, ” The Swimmer”(139-147) read Eudora Welty’s ” Petrified Man ” (45-54).
read John Cheever’s, ” The Swimmer”(139-147) .
read Kurt Vonnegut’s, Slaughterhouse Five (E344-55) .
read “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. This text is located in Volume D on pages 646-660.
read Faulkner, “Barn Burning”
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