[SOLVED] Deep Quote Analysis
Deep quote analysis (theme The Satanic Hero: one who also breaks the law for ethical reasons, but in a traditionally socially unacceptable way, often using violence; the vigilante psychopath; the revolutionary; Nietzsches übermensch,” etc. See Nietzsche quotes, Course Doc. Folder, Quotations.) You need to use one quotation ( 2-4 lines) from one poem by Each Poet and compare and contrast those pieces of text as deeply and meaningfully as you can, in terms of your assertion. Structure of writing Paragraph Format for an effective Analytical/Interpretive Paragraph: For an effective analytical paragraph, use the format below, or a close variant, on your assigned topic. Remember to keep your paragraph topic small (it is a paragraph not an essay). The entire paragraph should be about 10-14 sentences, depending on your length of sentences. Here is the format for an effective analytical paragraph. This form should help to keep you focused on in-depth analysis, rather than a more superficial summary or paraphrase: (See the sample student paragraph below, from another text, obviously.1) Topic sentence, or your assertion (the opinion you want to defend). This should be about one sentence.2) Introduction of support. This should be about a half of a sentence to one sentence in length, and locates which part of the text you are referring to. For example: In the beginning, At the end, When we first see Bartleby, etc.3) Detailed support from the text, and this should be in the form of a quotation. The quotation should not be more than two sentences so if you have a longer quotation, make sure you use an ellipsis (. . .) to show what youre leaving out.4) Explanation of your support. This should be a detailed analysis of why the quotation you chose very specifically defends your assertion. Use actual words from the quotation, to show their importance to your assertion. This should be perhaps 6-8 sentences, and is the largest section of your paragraph. Choose 2 poems from here Amir Baraka: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/amiri-baraka#tab-poems An Agony. As Now; Babylon Revisited; Dope; History As Process; Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note. Gwendolyn Brooks poems: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/gwendolyn-brooks#tab-poems The Bean Eaters; Boy Breaking Glass Jessie Mitchells Mother. Jaamal May: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/jamaal-may#tab-poems (Read all six of his poems on this page) Rita Dove: https://poets.org/poems/rita-dove Persephone Falling; Hades Pitch; Trans; Transit.