In this essay, you will make and defend an argument about one or more of the prevailing themes in one story that we have read, supporting your claims with detailed analysis of how the author’s formal choices (e.g. about the setting, dialogue, tone, use of symbols, etc.) affect the development of the theme(s). Be sure that your essay goes beyond summarizing the story and demonstrating that the theme is present, to show why that theme and its manner of exposition are significant. No secondary research will be permitted.
The essay must have an original title and be formatted according to basic MLA conventions (12-pt. Times New Roman font; 1-inch margins; double-spacing; etc.). All drafts must be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.docx) and titled according to the following convention: Your Last Name-Essay #-Draft # (e.g. Smith-E1-Draft 1; or Smith-E1-Final).
The title is the cask of Amontillado, read this article, and then argue. 5 pages and 5 days. Don’t write too well. Notes can be used or not