After reading Wuthering Heights, read "Remembrance" by Emily
Bront? and compare the actions and feelings of Heathcliff in the final chapter of Wuthering Heights to the feelings of the speaker in the final stanza of "Remembrance."
The essay is based off two sources: "Rememberance" (Emily Bronte
) and the novel Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte
). Please include quotations from the texts to use as support for the question and use this poem and the novel as the only two sources that are cited in the essay. It is a comparison essay for an AP English Literature and Composition course. A higher score on the essay translates into a higher grade overall for my assignment, so please fulfill the requirements for the 8-9 range described in the rubric below:
9 95?100 Exceptional thesis; excellent illustrations (support); superb organization; solid mechanics; effective imagination and creativity; makes connections and shows depth of insight
8 90?94 Exceptional thesis; excellent illustrations (support); effective organization; less imagination or creativity; adequate connections made; a few mechanical flaws, that do not reduce the impact of the analysis
7 87?89 Intelligent, yet less concise thesis; effective illustrations; sound organization; adequate mechanics; a ?safe? paper, nicely done
6 84?86 Good thesis, not as creative or thoughtful as could be; acceptable in every way; some illustrations (support); a beginning, middle, and end are present
5 80?83 Acceptable thesis; too general; obvious illustrations; general analysis; a few definite mechanical flaws; intelligent observations and conclusions
4 70?79 Thesis is too general or broad; some illustrations; analysis is surface, lacking depth of insight; definite mechanical flaws or carelessness; organization needs work
3 63?69 A sufficient report; the thesis is much too large or vague; an intelligent summary; few illustrations; punctuation flaws; might reflect a simple lack of effort or hurried, last?minute preparation
2 60?62 Thesis is difficult to locate or is not present; many general observations are present, without an organizational structure to unify and focus them; many grammatical errors
1 59 below Lack of effort; no thesis; therefore, nothing to illustrate; no interest in topic; usually, rather brief, undeveloped
Also please keep in mind and apply the following tips:
?Connect the purpose (thesis) of your essay to the "big picture." This technique can be especially useful in the conclusion of your essay. Don't just restate your thesis!
?Vary your sentence structure. Use short sentences. Mix those in with longer sentences to add variety and sophistication to your writing.
?Be specific. Which literary devices did the author use? Why did he use these particular literary devices?
?Use present tense. Present tense is more direct and powerful than passive voice.
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