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Writing About A Story : Essay on Short Fiction. Read the Story:. Read the work you want to write about at least twice. As you read, make notes, highlight key passages. Make a copy to make notes. Read the story out loud or listen to a recording of the story.

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Writing about a story essay on short fiction

Writing About A Story :Essay on Short Fiction


Read the story
Read the Story:

  • Read the work you want to write about at least twice.

  • As you read, make notes, highlight key passages.

  • Make a copy to make notes.

  • Read the story out loud or listen to a recording of the story


Think consider examine analyze
Think, Consider , Examine, Analyze.

  • Identify the protagonist and the conflict.

  • Consider the story’s point of view.


Short fiction analysis
Short Fiction Analysis:

  • Think about the setting.

  • Notice key symbols.


Story analysis
Story Analysis:

  • Identify the theme.

  • Think about the tone and style.


Formulate your thesis
Formulate your thesis:

  • Write and revise your statement.

  • Back up your thesis with evidence.

  • Conduct your research.


Organize your argument
Organize your argument

  • Make an outline.

  • Choose the points to support your thesis.

  • Decide about the placement of your supporting information from your sources.


Rough draft revision and editing
Rough Draft- Revision and Editing

  • Set your work aside, then approach it with a fresh perspective

  • Allow trusted sources to review your work.

  • Edit for mechanical, spelling and usage errors.

  • Read the paper aloud.

  • Make sure that your discussion is tied directly to your thesis.


Final steps
Final Steps:

  • Construct your works cited page.

  • Submit to turnitin.

  • Celebrate!


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