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Discuss what you think the author is trying to warn us about. You should use at
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Discuss what you think the author is trying to warn us about. You should use at least two sources besides the novel you are using, but be sure your novel is the primary source for your paper. You need to use current scientific, political, or historical information to demonstrate how far or close our society/planet is to the author’s warnings. You may also offer solutions or ideas for preventing the situations the author warns about from occurring. Be sure you quote from the book and your other sources, and include a Works Cited page. Be sure to follow correct MLA format for documentation. An essay without quotes or a Works Cited will lose 50 points. Be sure you do not give a plot summary, where you are simply re-telling the story. Plot summaries will earn a very low grade. An essay without quotes or a Works Cited page will lose 50 points. Remember, research papers are NEVER, EVER accepted late. REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM: 1500 words (5 full pages, typed, double-spaced, 12 point font). MINIMUM: 5 quotes – maximum: 10 quotes. MINIMUM: 3 sources – maximum: 5 sources. Name of author and title of novel. MUST be from the list of novels I gave you. Analysis of what you think the author is trying to warn us about. You should use at least two sources besides the novel you are using, but be sure your novel is the primary source for your paper. You need to use current scientific, political, or historical information to demonstrate how far or close our society/planet is to the author’s warnings. No plot summaries. Works Cited page. MLA format for paper and Works Cited page.

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