A Mans Woman review
Develop your own argument (BELOW) about a single topic in the following American literature long works: a) Frank Norris’ A Man’s Woman; Your topic should be something that cannot be discerned from
a first-time, surface reading of the novel; must be completely original; and must be focused, narrow and manageable.
The topic is male superiority for a “A Man’s Woman”, At first glance the novel seems to be a romantic love story but when you dig deeper and analyze the meaning, you see how Bennette’s size,
strength and brutal appearance is not only a physical attribute it is an emotional one. His pride and arrogance takes on its own plot with the relationship with Llyod.
A couple of requirements for this assignment are listed below. Your final grade will be deducted if any of these requirements aren’t fulfilled.
1) All references must be from the edition used in class A Man’s Woman: online via Project Gutenberg). The page numbers for quotations should match the exact edition
2) You must use at least one piece of direct textual evidence per body paragraph. That piece of evidence, in support of your argumentative claim, must be correctly cited and subsequently
(one grade penalty if not done).
3a) One secondary source must be incorporated into the essay. If you choose the Norris novel, use something from Ernest Marchand’s biography Frank Norris: A Study (1942). The book is a google e-
book; you can either do a search on the lefthand side for “A Man’s Woman” or just use a general theoretical principle of Marchand’s in relation to the book.
Directly quote from and cite this source. I imagine only 1-2 direct quotations to be used from this source in reference to your own argument
(One full grade penalty if outside source not used)
4) You may not begin your essay project until you get approval from me in the topic proposal. APPROVAL GIVEN with the argument of The topic of male superiority
5) Your “Works Cited” will have two source (no others allowed;
don’t consult any): a) edition of your chosen novel, b) the first outside source (the required article)
Length: 5-6 pages, excluding bibliography
Works Cited (any and all sources). Do not use any other sources for this assignment besides the one source and the novel. Do not do a google search on your book. Trust your instincts at this point.
Your argument must be completely original and based upon your individual reading of either novel. Plagiarism is the undocumented use of outside sources. Do not plagiarize.
Moses, Cat. “The Blues Aesthetic in Toni Morrison’s ‘The Bluest Eye.’” African American Review 33.4 (1999): 623-37. Accessed via JSTOR. Web. 5 Mar. 2003.
In text citation example. (Note that the page numbers should be the exact same ones as the edition used in class). Note the page number in parentheses after the quotation and before the
punctuation. Note that you need not include the author’s name in parentheses, nor the year.
Faulkner writes in the final chapter that, “the wind was gusty, out of the southeast, chill and raw after the warm days” (180).
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