So I had a big brainstorm type thing, and then an ordered plan. Just an outline of where the essay was going in each paragraph and what quotes to include.
Consider the following as part of your opening paragraph: "My style model is in the genre of a dramatic monologue.
There are different sections in the text with scene changes indicated by 'Go to Black' or 'Fade.' The monologue explores a character who is not fully self-aware and I have reflected this in my Original Writing piece...
I'm comparing the representation of romantic love in different time periods.
- I made annotated notes on each text individually, then made links between them.
- I know you're meant to do two texts, but since my poems are so short my teacher suggested that I do two poems and a novel.
So mine is on 'Since feeling is first' by cummings (one of my favourite poems), 'Wuthering Heights' (my favourite novel) and also 'The Flea' by Donne.
With the notes, I made a list of similar things (ie.
main character traits, themes, attitudes) and a list of differences.
Note the key word “guide.” You need to provide a clear analysis that is well organised rather than a disjointed piece of work that lacks coherence.
In order to produce a successful commentary, you should complete the following: 1.