Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Feminism in The Blithedale Romance.Purpose: A) To identify a unique argument about a significant aspect of a text or group of texts.B)
To locate relevant secondary source materials from scholarly articles and critical books on the text(s) in question and then integrate them as evidence for your own claims or as counter arguments to your perspective that you then refute or redirect.C) To create a persuasive, well-developed essay of sustained length that will work toward convincing readers that your thesis and proof are compelling treatments of the subject.Method: A) Identify “problems” or tendencies in the works you wish to analyze.B) Ask questions of the text so as to lead to interesting vantages on issues. C) Consider the text from any number of distinct perspectives: as aesthetic object, as social or ideological commentary, as cultural manifestation, as literary historical document, etc. D) Which of these angles—choose only one as a general rule—can be profitably pursued in order to arrive at some fresh and incisive arguments about the book(s).Audience: A) Well-informed but open-minded readers of complex literary works. B) Assume that your readers have read the text unless it is an obscure one. That means you will concern yourself with analysis, not plot summary.
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