Then you will need to write a synopsis for each scene, numbering them like this

Then you will need to write a synopsis for each scene, numbering them like this 1.1 After each scene, include a line or passage that you found most significant, and be sure to cite the lines with the Act, scene, and line number(s) such as (2.4.65-73). Remember that block quotes are indented, not centered and… Continue reading Then you will need to write a synopsis for each scene, numbering them like this

You should pay attention to the language itself: consider the meter of the sentence; if you have chosen poetry rather than prose; and look at its grammatical and aesthetic structure.

You should have at least two extended close readings of the text where you carefully “unpack” the quotation using the formal analytical skills we have been working on. For the close reading: You should pick a passage that is no longer that 10 lines, but it can be shorter than that. You should pay attention… Continue reading You should pay attention to the language itself: consider the meter of the sentence; if you have chosen poetry rather than prose; and look at its grammatical and aesthetic structure.