This is going to be a research paper about the play Glass Menagerie
by Tennesse Williams. It has to be 5 full pages including an outline and 6 resources including orginal quotes from the play. So an outline, a works cited page should be included plus the 5 pages. I also need copies of the sources that you use. The sources must be 2 internet sources and 3 randum sources for example articles,video, and casebooks. the 6th source is the orginal play, when you cite from the orgianl play leave the page numbers blank but indicate where the page numbers should be with (). The research paper must have a good thesis statement, it has to be the last sentence of the into paragraph and the begininng sentence of the concluding paragraph. In the conclusion it must be reworded differently though. I will be faxing plete instructions on how the paper should be written the paper must follow those instructions exactly. The thesis must be about an specific point about the literary work glass menagerie
. for example the symbolism between the glass
unicorn and laura, or something about the characters, or gentlemen caller-the realworld as opposed to Amanda''s imaginary one, or glass menagerie
-laura''s private world and the breaking of it,or fire escape-simply the escape from Amanda''s world. Tom seeks to leave it, but laura stumbles whenever she does, or about the plot, or is the ending of the play optimistic or pesimistic or,who is the hero of the play and support your thesis. These are just examples just pick anything but it has to be orginal but you also have to use other people''s opinions about the play and use them as resources to cite in the paper use essays from literary criticisms and put them in the works cited page. In the fax it will explain it more thouroughly. Do not use you in the paper you third person No you or I but use one instead. The quotes should be mixed the fax explains use literary terms in the paper for example repition, mood, setting, or symbolism the fax explains,the intro can be direct or indirect your choice but only talk about the authotr a little bit mostly concentrate on the theise and supporting it always set up your quotes the fax explains, I will be faxing the exact directions in the next two hours so begin writing and getting your resources in the meantime I will fax asap to the number if you have any questions call me anytime even late at 30 my name is denise martin so remember an outline five pages of body and a works cited page I am paying for the 23 hours or less service becuase i tried to order a week ago but i had trouble with the billing process on my credit card so this time I am using a friends e mail and his credit card. when the paper is done email it to which is my friends and mine at . but i am ordering with his email account dont forget I also need copies of the resources you are using because i have to do notecards thank you denise martin remember I NEED THE PAPER ASAP IT BETTER BE WORTH $175 thank you again I really should get a discount becuase of all the trouble I had the first time my first order of canceled for a reason that was not my fault wich caused me a lot of trouble the old order number was A1029546 i just though you should know thank you again I hope this works this time!
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