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  PLEASE MAKE SURE THERE IS NO PLAGIARISM.   After you have read…

 

PLEASE MAKE SURE THERE IS NO PLAGIARISM.

 

After you have read this story,  Luisa Valenzuela – “The Censors”complete the assignment below.

  1. Identify the protagonist in 4-5 sentences, describe his/her life situation and basic personality, and then state his/her problem and/or primary motivation. What is the central idea, need, or problem that drives the protagonist? How does the protagonist change by the end of the story? What have they learned? Include an MLA citation in your response for support.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  2. Identify the antagonist in 4-5 sentences, describe his/her/its basic situation and qualities, and then state his/her/its main motivation. What is the central idea, need, or problem that drives the antagonist? Finally, explain how this drive interacts with the protagonist’s motivation, thus establishing the central conflict of the work. Include an MLA citation in your response for support.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  3. In no more than 3-5 sentences, summarize the plot. Include enough of the deeper level to show all that’s at stake for the protagonist and to suggest how he/she does or doesn’t change by the end of the work.
  4. Describe the conflict in 3-5 sentences. What is at stake? What are people fighting over? What is the problem? Remember that there is always a problem in literature. The human condition – the subject of all literature – is about problems. Include an MLA citation in your response for support.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  5. Identify the one scene that is the climax of the story. What is at least one moment of crisis, or scene, that leads up to the climax? (Usually there are several moments of crisis that build up the climax, but you only need to explain one or two scenes).  Describe this in 4-5 sentences.  Include an MLA citation in your response for support.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  6. Write 4-5 sentences which describe the setting in the story.  You can think of the time and place but also consider the immediate physical location (such as a building, house or village, etc.) in the work you are analyzing.  Remember that there may be more than one important setting in the story. What are some important sites, sounds and details in the surrounding environment that add to the story?  Why are these important?  Include an MLA citation in your response for support.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  7. Write 4-5 sentences on the meaning of an important symbol in the work. How does this meaning enrich your understanding of the work as a whole?  What does the symbol represent?
  8. Write 4-5 sentences on important historical or cultural information that might enrich your understanding of the work. Connect the historical or cultural information to the development of the story.   If you use any source for information, make sure to cite it.  If you use an outside source, make sure it is scholarly and cite it.  Make sure to review the lectures on citing.
  9. In no more than 2 sentences, state the central theme.  What is the message of the story?

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