Choose any text by Virginia Woolf –
You may simply report the arguments of your scholarly sources, using summary and paraphrase, along with an analysis of a passage based on their perspectives, or you can write a thesis-based essay with an interpretive argument that complicates the perspectives of your sources.
Your essay/report must incorporate two argument -sources from peer-reviewed journals by literary critics who offer their perspective(s) on your text or a closely related text by the same author (such as when identifying a pattern in the author’s work). Additional sources, such as sources providing historical context, cultural context, or a theoretical lens, will earn extra points but are not required.
Read at least two argument sources on your text.
Write a summary and discussion of the two perspectives offered by your critics–how are they similar? How are they different? How do they add to the popular interpretations of the text, such as those found on sites like The Guardian or the L.A. Review of Books (such sources, if cited in your essay, will gain extra points). How does your interpretive perspective compare to those of the professional critics–do you notice something that is left out of the discussion? You are showing you can extend their perspective(s) into a passage not discussed in your sources.
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