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Evaluate Orwell's Writing by his own Standards - Essay

Audience Identified (and described); Expectations:

The topic for your Final Examination is 'Evaluate Orwell's writing by his own standards." Write an Evaluation Essay (750 words) in which you apply George Orwell's claims about motivation in "Why I Write" and his rules about style in "Politics and the English Language" to "The Spike." All three essays are available in the class textbook or at Project Gutenberg :

*Use grammatically complete sentences, unless otherwise instructed, to respond to each of the following elements.

1.Audience Identified (and described); Expectations:

-English class peers and the professor. Expectations are for a varied use of diction (unusual words should be glossed parenthetically) and syntax, clear interpretations with textual examples supplemented with a dissection of the examples, showing how they relate to the thesis and topic sentence. Remember that our audience this semester comes from varied educational, experiential, and cultural backgrounds that offer complexity as well as challenges for each of us as writers. Finally, adhere to MLA style for margins, spacing, pagination, title, Works Cited, parenthetical in-text citations, and quotations

2.Format Identified:


3.Essay Outline:

(a) introduction

(i) General idea for the beginning of the essay:

(ii) Remember that there should be a reference to the author(s) and the title(s) of the work(s) which is/are the subject of your essay.

(iii) Thesis statement:

(b) Topic development:

(i) Body Paragraph 1.

(1) Main Idea: topic sentence:

 List examples of evidence for the above:

(ii) Body Paragraph 2.

(1) Main Idea: topic sentence:

 List examples of evidence for the above:

(iii) Body Paragraph 3.

(1) Main Idea: topic sentence:

 List examples of evidence for the above:

(iv)  Continue this process with additional Body Paragraphs, as needed.

(1) Main Idea: topic sentence:

(2) List examples of evidence for the above:

(c) Conclusion:

(i) Reaffirmation of thesis:

(ii) Summarising statement.

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