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****MUST BE IN APA FORMAT********PLEASE SEE OPTIONS IN WRITING PROMPT*****|***ONLY NEED TO CHOOSE ONE PROMPT******JUST NEED TO FILL OUT WORKSHEET***Prior to beginning work on this assignment, review Chapters 1 through 3 of Journey Into Literature.In Week 5 of this course, you will submit a four- to five-page Literary Analysis in response to one of the topics from the approved List of Writing Prompts. This week, you will choose the topic you would like to explore, offer some information on what interests you about this topic, and supply a working thesis and key ideas you would like to develop. Though it might seem early to choose your topic, with only five weeks in the course, it is important to start early to best set yourself up for success. You are encouraged to utilize the RUN-QC method explained in Chapter 2 of the course textbook as you read your chosen story and formulate ideas for a literary analysis essayAfter reviewing the List of Writing Prompts, choose one that you would like to explore. In addition, you should choose a literary work to discuss that relates to your topic of choice. The suggested literary works for each topic are listed beneath each prompt. Please review the Sample Literary Analysis Essay in the textbook to understand what you are working toward on this assignment and future assignments.Once you have decided on a prompt and text, respond to the directives below using the Proposal for Final Paper Worksheet. Please make sure your document is double spaced. See the Sample Proposal for guidance.In your worksheet,Identify the specific prompt and literary work you will write about.Explain the connection between the literary work and the prompt you chose.Explain the key components of the literary work (e.g. character and setting) using literary terms.Discuss a central conflict in the literary work and how it connects to your chosen prompt.Develop a working thesis that articulates an analytical claim about the literary work. (Keep in mind that “working thesis” means you can slightly modify your thesis for the draft and/or final essay.)For more help on how to write a thesis, please see the Ashford Writing Center’s Writing a Thesis Statement (Links to an external site.).)
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ENG125: Introduction to Literature
List of Writing Prompts
PROMPT 1
Write an analysis of a key character in a literary work. Focus on the key actions and thoughts of
that character. Discuss the character’s motivations and decisions in terms you can support with
clear evidence from a critical reading of the text. Consider whether this character’s actions fit
together or contradict each other. You may also want to consider whether or not any other
characters in the story are aware of this conflict, and if so, how they influence the character you
are writing about.
Literary Works (choose one):
“Piropo” (Leticia del Toro, 2011) [ch. 5]
Guiding Questions
1. What types of conflicts are revealed between the narrator and the other workers?
Between the narrator and their employers? (Cultural? Familial? Economic? Others?)
2. The first-person narrator comments on how a woman in the story dresses and acts. How
does this relate to the conflicts in the story?
3. How could you address the narrator’s internal conflict (“individual v. self”) in terms of
the political, familial, and social conflicts in the story?
“A Worn Path” (Eudora Welty, 1941) [ch. 6]
Guiding Questions
1. The main character makes a difficult journey in the story. This reveals some of her
values and commitments, such as her love for a relative. How does this commitment
influence the way she copes with other conflicts in the story?
2. Does Phoenix act differently around other people than she does with animals and
nature? What does this reveal about Phoenix’s sense of herself in the world?
ENG125: Introduction to Literature
3. How do the other characters in the story influence Phoenix’s behavior, and what does
this reveal about Phoenix’s sociocultural status?
“What You Pawn, I Will Redeem” (Sherman Alexie, 2003) [ch. 4]
Guiding Questions
1. How does the grandmother’s property at the pawnshop help to define the narrator’s
desires and feeling of obligation to recover it? Why is it so important?
2. How does the character accomplish his objective? How is this surprising, considering all
of the unfortunate events and bad decisions he has made?
3. How do some of the other characters—the pawn shop owner, the waitress, the police
officer, and the other Native Americans, for example—play an important role in showing
the narrator’s good heart and his commitment to an important mission?
PROMPT 2
In some stories, characters come into conflict with the culture in which they live. A character
might feel alienated from his/her community or society due to race, gender, class, or ethnic
background. The texts below contain an ‘outcast’ character, reflecting the surrounding society’s
assumptions, morality, and values. As you critically read the text you have chosen, consider
how this alienation is expressed in the text and why it is significant.
Literary Works (choose one):
“Donald Duk and the White Monsters” (Frank Chin, 1991) [ch. 6]
Guiding Questions:
1. The main character is Chinese-American. He identifies with white American cultural
figures like Fred Astaire but is unhappy about being associated with a Disney character.
How do his internal or cultural conflicts relate to his external conflicts with others?
2. How is the tension between the main character’s different identities resolved (or not) in
the story? Does the story suggest that he finds a comfortable hybrid cultural identity?
ENG125: Introduction to Literature
3. How does the character respond to bullies in the story, and how does his father help
him? What do these bullies reveal about their own cultural identities?
“What You Pawn, I Will Redeem” (Sherman Alexie, 2003) [ch. 4]
Guiding Questions:
1. What beliefs and values from Native American culture does the narrator consider
important, based on his ideas and actions in the story?
2. What kinds of experience and values do characters share across cultural differences like
Native Americans and whites, or even between different native groups in the story?
3. How do the bisexual character, the narrator, and the homeless characters in the story all
demonstrate and resolve different “outsider” identities?
“Piropo” (Leticia del Toro, 2011) [ch. 5]
Guiding Questions:
1. What are some of the ways the narrator and other Mexican-Americans in the story cope
with being treated like second-class citizens in Berkeley, California? Are there times at
which they stand up for themselves and reveal the unfairness of such discrimination?
2. How does the narrator’s work ethic and anger at those who don’t work as hard as she
does show her sense of morality and her expectations for her community?
3. The story uses Spanish and English, and it also uses strong language to make some of its
points about cultural and social difference. What are some of the ways in which these
elements show cultural conflict and agreement?
PROMPT 3
Consider the role of setting, or context, in one of the works. For example, a story that takes
place in a wild and natural setting might include characters struggling against nature. Stories set
in the city might feature diverse identities, which can also contribute to character conflict. As
you critically read one of the texts below, consider how the protagonist’s relationship with the
setting reveals his/her identity and development.
ENG125: Introduction to Literature
Literary Works (choose one from any of the lists below):
“A Worn Path” (Eudora Welty, 1941) [ch. 6]
Guiding Questions:
1. Why is the Christmas season setting significant, considering the plot?
2. Phoenix has to cope with several physical obstacles along her journey. How do these
episodes reveal her character?
3. How do Phoenix’s encounters with other people on her journey demonstrate social
conflicts in the regional and/or historical contexts, in the story?
“Donald Duk and the White Monsters” (Frank Chin, 1991) [ch. 6]
Guiding Questions:
1. How does the city setting contribute to the conflicts between the characters? Do the
“close quarters” of city life contribute to their disagreements?
2. What does the story suggest about life in America for immigrant communities, and how
do the popular media contexts in the story relate to characters’ cultural identities?
3. One important context of this story is the racism of some Americans. How does the
story show this aspect of American identity and also suggest positive American
identities?
“What You Pawn, I Will Redeem” (Sherman Alexie, 2003) [ch. 4]
Guiding Questions
1. What are some of the ways that the narrator is an “effective” homeless person, and
how does this show his connection to communities and places throughout the story?
2. What sorts of conflict do the Native Americans in the story cope with, and how is the
concept of cultural homelessness presented as a historical and metaphorical conflict?
3. How does the narrator in the story cope with his setting/context, whether through
imagined escapes or other means. Is he successful?
ENG125: Introduction to Literature
Proposal for Final Paper Worksheet
Week 1 Prompt & Story Selection Log
Once you have decided on an approved prompt and approved text(s), respond to the questions
below. Please be mindful of the word count and double -space all of your responses. You are to meet
the minimum word requirement without going over the maximum number of words requested.
1. What is your chosen prompt for the literary analysis assignment?
(Include the number and first sentence of the prompt you chose from the list of prompts. The
prompt is the main paper topic, not the story itself or the guiding questions.)
2. What text will you write about? (Full story title & Author name) How does the text connect with
the prompt?
3. Read the story thoroughly and answer the following. Be sure to review key terms like character,
setting, and conflict before you answer:
a. Who is/are the main character(s) in this story?
b. What is the setting of this story?
4. What is the main conflict in the story? (Write 100-150 words describing this conflict)
5. Write a working thesis for your literary analysis essay below.

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