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    hi. If any of you could give me a full answer length 1 1/2 pages long eassay on this. It would be very helpful.
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    Doubt anyone is going to actually do that and its really not conducive to your learning. Why not go through the book paying attention to Curleys Wife and find out for yourself? You'll feel a lot more confident if you did.

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    (Original post by manishahjee)
    hi. If any of you could give me a full answer length 1 1/2 pages long eassay on this. It would be very helpful.
    The aim of study help is not for people to do your work for you :nah:

    What ideas do you already have? Are you struggling with putting them together in an essay or coming up with points?
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    (Original post by manishahjee)
    hi. If any of you could give me a full answer length 1 1/2 pages long eassay on this. It would be very helpful.
    Read the passage during and straight after her death. I'm not doing the work for you :rolleyes:
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    The aim of study help is not for people to do your work for you :nah:
    Truth :moon:
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    i have few ideas:
    unknown identity
    an object
    only women on ranch
    steinbeck took ages to introduce her fully to the readers.
    i am struggling in putting them together.
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    (Original post by manishahjee)
    i have few ideas:
    unknown identity
    an object
    only women on ranch
    steinbeck took ages to introduce her fully to the readers.
    i am struggling in putting them together.
    You need a quote for each one, then you can use this paragraph structure:
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    For analytical paragraphs, a good paragraph structure to use is PETER:
    P- Point: One sentence saying what the point you're trying to get across in this paragraph is (e.g The author x creates an air of tension in his novel y to make the reader feel suspicious about z character's intentions.)
    E- Evidence: A quote to back up your point (can be introduced with 'this is shown through the quote "x")
    T- Technique: State what literary technique/structural technique is being used in this quote ("x" which uses pathetic fallacy.)
    E- Explanation: Explain how this technique and quote support your point; explore the author's intentions, the plot of whatever you're looking at, context if it's Shakespearean for example, the general effects of it.
    R- Reader: Explain the effects of the quote/technique on the reader; how it makes them feel, how it changes their view of a character, whether they're empathetic etc.
    The last two parts should be the largest section of the paragraph and can be combined.
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    thanks. im still trying to put them together.
    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    You need a quote for each one, then you can use this paragraph structure:
    Spoiler:
    Show

    For analytical paragraphs, a good paragraph structure to use is PETER:
    P- Point: One sentence saying what the point you're trying to get across in this paragraph is (e.g The author x creates an air of tension in his novel y to make the reader feel suspicious about z character's intentions.)
    E- Evidence: A quote to back up your point (can be introduced with 'this is shown through the quote "x")
    T- Technique: State what literary technique/structural technique is being used in this quote ("x" which uses pathetic fallacy.)
    E- Explanation: Explain how this technique and quote support your point; explore the author's intentions, the plot of whatever you're looking at, context if it's Shakespearean for example, the general effects of it.
    R- Reader: Explain the effects of the quote/technique on the reader; how it makes them feel, how it changes their view of a character, whether they're empathetic etc.
    The last two parts should be the largest section of the paragraph and can be combined.
 
 
 
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