critical analysis of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 1818 text
offer a close critical analysis of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 1818 text
develop a good and specific thesis that is relevant to Frankenstein, and write a clear, coherent, interesting essay that makes both direct and indirect reference to the text.
Document your citations in standard MLA format. Include a Works Cited page. Underline the thesis statement.
Your essay will be 8 to 10 paragraphs long. In the first paragraph of your essay, you will state your thesis in one clear, concise, compelling sentence. Underline your thesis statement. The topic sentence of each subsequent paragraph will refer explicitly to your thesis.
the essay will be TYPED, double-spaced and single-sided, in 12-point Times New Roman font, and submitted with a separate Works Cited page. the
title should convey the main idea of your essay in a few well-chosen words.
document the sources according to standard MLA format on the Works Cited page. Quotations from least one RELEVANT critical secondary source is required in addition to quotations from the novel.
a secondary source link for frankenstein
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