1)Find a work of academic literary criticism (published in a
n academic journal, over 9 pages long) relevant to the literary text
we are reading. Write an MLA citation for this literary criticism. Then, write a ½page summary of the authors argument. Finally, write at least a ½ page of your personal response: what you
liked/disliked, what you learned, how it changed your view of the text, what you could not understand, etc.
2) MLA Citation: The Purdue OWL webpage has the MLA rules.
3)Accurately summarize the articles argument
for ½ page.
4) Personally respond to the argument for ½ page.
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