HEY! I have a English essay due soon and I have no time to get it done because im catching up on other assignments. I need help!!!!! PLEASE!! This question is posted for $10 because that’s all I have in my account, I was originally going to post it for $15 but i dont have that much in this account. study pool is having problems and told me that they are trying to fix the issues i am having. as soon as I get a good bidder, I am going to assign you to this question and immediately post another question like 3+3 and assign it to you. I have about $10 in an old study pool account I don’t use anymore and that’s the one I am going to post the 3+3 question on and pay you immediately after I assign you to this question. I hope you can understand this and work with me. PLEASE HELP!—————————————————————————————————————————————————————–Essay Guidelines:MLA FORMAT3 FULL PAGESDrinking coffe elsewhere (http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2000/06/19/drinking-coffee-elsewhere)READ “Format for writing the essay” to show you how the essay should flow”READ ” regarding mla format” to show you how mla format should lookFor this essay, you will read “Drinking coffee elsewhere” and choose ONE character from said story. Your thesis should address one the following:How does this character’s behavior reveal her/his true emotions and/or motivations?What does the character learn about her/himself over the course of the story?What is the disparity between this character’s exterior (what s/he appears to be on the outside) and her/his interior (how she or he really feels or wants on the inside)?What do you predict will happen to this character after the story has ended?Be sure that your thesis is an argument and that it appears as the last sentence of your introduction. Also, be sure that you have three well-developed body paragraphs in support of your argument and a strong conclusion. format_for_writing_the_essay.docxregarding_mla_format.docxFormat for Writing the Essay
✓ Motivator: Grabs the reader’s attention (anecdote,
striking statement, question).
✓ Presents title and author of text, gives background
info on idea, orienting the reader so s/he understands
the general point of the essay.
✓ Thesis + Blueprint: Idea that will be proven
throughout the paper + List of main ideas that will be
explored in the body of the paper.
Body Paragraphs
A. Topic Sentence & Controlling Idea (Addresses
the first main idea)
a. Specific Supports
b. Specific Supports
c. Specific Supports**
d. Transitional Phrase
B. Topic Sentence & Controlling Idea (Addresses
the second main idea)
a. Specific Supports
b. Specific Supports
c. Specific Supports
d. Transitional Phrase
C. Topic Sentence & Controlling Idea (Addresses
the third main idea)
a. Specific Supports
b. Specific Supports
c. Specific Supports
✓ Re-emphasize the main points of the essay
✓ Re-state the thesis statement (Do not simply
rewrite the same thesis word-for-word).
✓ Recommend the preferred audience for this
✓ Clincher: Restated Motivator (Leave your
audience with something to ponder. You may
finish the anecdote you began in your
introduction, make another striking statement,
ask another question, etc)
**Note: Your body paragraphs should include more than
three sentences. This outline is not exact and is meant to
provide a guideline to help you on your way.
Remember to avoid summarizing! Remember that
you are analyzing the text using your argument and
examples from the reading. We already know the plot, so a
synopsis is not necessary!
Regarding MLA Documentation
What is MLA Documentation?
MLA stands for Modern Language Association. MLA Documentation
gives us a common language; it helps us to communicate about our
source information in a series of codes, and there is an answer key in
every MLA guide.
The MLA has devised a system that enables readers to understand
(1) which information in your paper belongs to an outside source, and
(2) where one might be able to locate that source.
What is an in-text citation?
An in-text citation is a parenthetical citation within the body of your
paper, and it refers to the longer citation information on the Works
Cited page. There are several ways to cite a source in an in-text
citation, and it’s important to use the MLA guide (the answer key) to
help find the correct information.
For example, if you have a book with one author, you’d cite it like so:
In many ways, the 1940’s were a time of loss for the director: “In
August 1942 his mother died at the age of 79; a few months later his
brother, William, also died. In early 1943, Hitchock, weighing just
under 300 pounds, wen ton a well-publicized diet and lost one-third of
his weight” (Sloan 8).
Here, this information means that one could find the quote on page 8
of Jane E. Sloan’s book (Alfred Hitchcock: The Definitive Biography).
In order to get more information about the book, a reader would have
to consult the Works Cited page.
There are many different ways to cite a source, and the MLA guide will
help you to determine the correct citation information. Use the index
to help you locate the type of source you’re using in your paper.
This semester, we are reading a series of “Literary Works,” so that is
what you will want to look for in your MLA guides.
What is a Works Cited
A Works Cited page is another very important piece of your essay. It
provides full citation information for all the sources you used in your
Again, you will need to consult the MLA guide to help construct your
Works Cited page. Information will vary depending on the type of
source you’ve used.
For your first, second and third paper, your Works Cited page should
include full citation information for the readings assigned in
class. Your research paper will consist of a blend of sources.
Important Reminders:
• Do not just insert a relevant quotation in the
middle of a paragraph. Instead, put the quote in context.
For example,you may write something such as:
Joyce Carol Oates wants the reader to understand Connie’s
vulnerability when she writes: “Everything about her had two sides to
When Oates says, “Everything about her has two sides to it,” she is
referring to Connie’s vulnerability.
• The in-text citation belongs at the end of the
sentence that contains the quotation, and all punctuation
belongs after the parenthetical citation.

Be sure your paper is labeled properly.
• Be sure that you have included ample
explanation to help prove your points/link back to the thesis.
• Be sure your paper has in-text citations, a Works
Cited page and is formatted correctly.

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