Your assignment should have a strong, specific thesis, such as “Poe’s ‘The Cask of Amontillado’ uses the setting of the story to create a feeling of dread.” This type of thesis would give you the key terms to use in your analysis. Be sure to put your thesis sentence in bold so your reader will know what it is.
Then develop your essay, providing details from the story. Use in-text parenthetical citations each time you quote (or paraphrase) from the story. If you use a quotation or if you paraphrase the material (putting it in your own words–no more than four words in a sentence from the original), cite the page number where it can be seen, and explain the point you are making with that evidence. Summarize your key points in a conclusion and restate the main idea of your thesis.
Provide a Works Cited (on a separate page) at the end of your paper. Insert a page break after the conclusion so that the Works Cited is always on another piece of paper.
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