[SOLUTION] Romeo and Juliet
EssayWriting Situation:William Shakespeares tragedy, Romeo and Juliet ends with both Romeo and Juliet taking their own lives. While Romeo and Juliet physically committed the acts that ended their own lives, the blame for their deaths may be placed elsewhere.Prompt:For the Romeo and Juliet final writing assignment, prepare an essay in which you discuss who or what is ultimately responsible for the untimely deaths of Romeo and Juliet.? Choose 1-2 of the options provided from the list below.? Analyze who or what is most to blame for the lovers deaths including textual evidence and explanation to support your claim.Options:? Romeo? Juliet? Friar Lawrence? Nurse? Prince Escalus? The long standing family feud? Fate? Other?Essay Guidelines:1. This will be a four-paragraph essay.2. You need a creative title. (NOT Romeo and Juliet Essay)3. Essay must follow MLA format for a play (Author Act #.Scene #.Line #) Ex: (Shakespeare I.3.5-6).4. Please follow the format of a Literary Analysis Essay (listed below).5. Each Body Paragraph must have two CDs that are quoted text with proper MLA citations.6. Use objective voice. Do not use I, I statements, we, us, our, my, you, nor your.7. Challenge yourself! Think about everything we have studied both quarters. What can youincorporate in your essay? Elements of Voice? SAT vocabulary? An allusion? Enhance yourwriting!8. Proofread!Literary Analysis Essay Format:I. IntroductionA. Catchy startB. General Information (Title, author of play & a general statement about the writing topic)C. Thesis statementII. Body (2 paragraphs)A. Topic SentenceB. Concrete Detail (Quoted text)C. CommentaryD. CommentaryE. Concrete Detail (Quoted text)F. CommentaryG. CommentaryH. Concluding SentenceIII. ConclusionA. Restate thesis statement (This does not mean to copy it nor should you start with in conclusion)B. Begin to broaden your topicC. End on a general note with a memorable observation, statement, or lesson about the topicAdditional Reminders:? Review graded The Alchemist Essay & Rubric? Dont make the same errors again? Catchy start suggestions? Quote (Dont forget source)? Powerful statement/observation about topic? Strong rhetorical question? General information? Title: Romeo and Juliet (Notice the title is italicized – not in quotation marks – not both)? Author: William Shakespeare (Either use first and last name or last name. Never just first name).? Topic Sentence? Debatable statement – not just informational.
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