First draft/rough of your analysis paper

Please submit the first draft of your analysis paper here. In your paper, you should include all of the element/pieces we have put together so far: the statement about your artifact’s purpose, your observations, evidence from 4-6 scholarly sources, and analysis/information that addresses cultural reflection and impact. If you have a good sense about how you would like the paper to flow, please do it in the way that seems most reasonable. If not, you can structure it something like this:
Open with a (brief!) description of your artifact. This is just to give your reader an idea of what your topic is. What is it? Provide some information to orient your reader and help them know what to expect. It shouldn’t be more than a sentence or two. Then, transition into what you will focus on more specifically – themes, motifs, style, etc. Then, discuss what you think the purpose of your artifact is. All in all, this should be no more than a paragraph. The introduction is kind of like a roadmap to the rest of the paper – help your reader understand where you’re going to take them.
Then, proceed to bring in your evidence and analysis. What can support your claim about the purpose of the artifact? What kinds of information about the work and the creator are relevant to the claims you’re making? Basically, walk your reader through the research you’ve done and explain how it all fits together for you. This should include your 4-6 sources and your observations.
Make sure you transition smoothly from one idea to the next. Try to make your ideas flow together. Walk your reader through what you’ve discovered and observed. Explain why it matters. Then you can include a small conclusion paragraph at the end summing everything up. Don’t bring up anything new in the conclusion – just tie at all up in a nice bow and leave your reader with something to think about.
Hopefully, you’ve done much of this work already! You just need to assemble it in a way that makes it all work together. Then, I will give you some feedback that can hopefully help you with the final version. Make sure you are working through the feedback I’ve given you already – that will help you do better on the final version, too.

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