List of Figures

Figure 1: Typical Response

Figure 2: Sample Student Paper on Pericles

Figure 3: Essay Excerpt on Selden, The House of Mirth

Figure 4: Essay Excerpt on Nelly, Wuthering Heights

Figure 5: Essay Excerpt on Selden, The House of Mirth

Figure 6: Essay Excerpt on Quentin and Shreve, Absalom, Absalom!

Figure 7: Essay Excerpt, “The Legacy of Conquest”

Figure 8: Essay Excerpt on “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,” William Blake

Figure 9: Essay Excerpt of Student Paper on CHESS and Student Health Center: Gender Differences

Figure 10: Essay Excerpt on The Theme of Exchange in Pericles

Figure 11: Essay Excerpt on Frieda and Claudia, The Bluest Eye

Figure 12: Essay Excerpt on Wuthering Heights

Figure 13: Essay Excerpt on The Moralistic Hypocrisy in William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice (Concluding Paragraph)

Figure 14: Essay Excerpt on the Mass-Man, Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 15: Essay Excerpt on “Goblin Market”

Figure 16: Essay Excerpt on The Ideas of William Blake

Figure 17: Sample Essay Prompt for Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

Figure 18: Essay Excerpt on “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 19: Essay Excerpt on The Tempest

Figure 20: Essay Excerpt on Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 21: Essay Excerpt on Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew

Figure 22: Essay Excerpt on Heathcliff and Lockwood, Wuthering Heights

Figure 23: Essay Excerpt on “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 24: Essay Excerpt on Lily, The House of Mirth, Edith Wharton

Figure 25: Essay Excerpt on “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 26: Essay Excerpt on Christmas, Light in August

Figure 27: Essay Excerpt on Burch, Light in August

Figure 28: Essay Excerpt on the Sisters and Macbeth, “Macbeth”

Figure 29: Essay Excerpt on De Quincey, “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 30: Essay Excerpt on De Quincey, “Confessional of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 31: Essay Excerpt on Elisa, “Chrysanthemums”

Figure 32: Essay Excerpt on the Subject of Genealogy and Faulkner’s Double Consciousness

Figure 33: Essay Excerpt on Shylock’s Conversion, The Merchant of Venice

Figure 34: Essay Excerpt on Venus and the Will of Love, “Venus and Adonis,” William Shakespeare

Figure 35: Essay Excerpt on Petruchio and Katharina, The Taming of the Shrew

Figure 36: Essay Excerpt on the “Mass-Man,” Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 37: Essay Excerpt on Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 38: Essay Excerpt on Nelly and Catherine, Wuthering Heights

Figure 39: Essay Excerpt for MLA Exercise

Figure 40: Essay Excerpt from The Nature and Purpose of War

Figure 41: FAVORS Quick Self-Proofreading Checklist

Figure 42: Essay Excerpt on Light in August Characters, William Faulkner

Figure 43: Essay Excerpt on Carl von Clausewitz

Figure 44: Example of an Ambiguous Thesis

Figure 45: Excerpt of Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”

Figure 46: Sample of Revised Thesis without Ambiguity

Figure 47: Sample of a Revised Topic Sentence

Figure 48: Essay Excerpt on Compson and the Sutpen Drama, Absalom, Absalom!

Figure 49: Essay Excerpt on the “Mass-Man,” Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 50: Essay Excerpt on Elisa, “Chrysanthemums”

Figure 51: Essay Excerpt on Portia, “The Merchant of Venice,” William Shakespeare

Figure 52: Essay Excerpt for Redundant Phrasing

Figure 53: Essay Excerpt on Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 54: Essay Excerpt on “The Wyf of Bathe”

Figure 55: Developing Terms Brainstorming Diagram

Figure 56: Essay Excerpt on Christmas, Light in August

Figure 57: Essay Excerpt on Claudia, The Bluest Eye

Figure 58: Essay Excerpt on Caliban, The Tempest

Figure 59: Essay Excerpt on Killoran, Lily, and Selden, The House of Mirth

Figure 60: Essay Excerpt on Cymbeline, William Shakespeare

Figure 61: Essay Excerpt on Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 62: Essay Excerpt on Ortega Y. Gasset

Figure 63: Essay Excerpt on Auerbach’s “Odysseus’ Scar”

Figure 64: Essay Excerpt on Venus and Adonis, William Shakespeare

Figure 65: Essay Excerpt on the Theme of Disloyalty in Cymbeline, William Shakespeare

Figure 66: Essay Excerpt on “The Wyf of Bathe”

Figure 67: Essay Excerpt from Student Paper on “The Legacy of Conquest”

Figure 68: Essay Excerpt on Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights

Figure 69: Essay Excerpt on Petruchio, “Homily on the State of Matrimony,” William Shakespeare

Figure 70: Essay Excerpt on Elisa, “Chrysanthemums”

Figure 71: Sample Pre-Writing Outline 

Figure 72: Essay Excerpt on “Chrysanthemums” (2nd Paragraph)

Figure 73: Sample Passage from Steinbeck’s “Chrysanthemums” (1st Paragraph)

Figure 74: Sample Passage from Steinbeck’s “Chrysanthemums” (2nd Paragraph)

Figure 75: Essay Excerpt Reference to Conclusion in “Chrysanthemums

Figure 76: Sample Passage from Steinbeck’s “Chrysanthemums” (Conclusion)

Figure 77: Essay Excerpt on “Chrysanthemums” (Plot Summary Critique)

Figure 78: Removing Quotes Exercise

Figure 79: Abbreviating Quotes Exercise (Sample Student Passage)

Figure 80: Abbreviating Quotes Exercise (Removing Quotes)

Figure 81: Sample Excerpt from “Letter from Birmingham Jail”

Figure 82: Essay Excerpt on “Chrysanthemums” (Squaring Your Analysis Exercise)

Figure 83: Sample Passage from Steinbeck’s “Chrysanthemums” (Squaring Your Analysis Exercise)

Figure 84: Essay Excerpt on “Chrysanthemums” (Yanking Supporting Evidence Exercise)

Figure 85: Essay Excerpt on “Chrysanthemums” (Sampling Body Paragraph Exercise)

Figure 86: Sample Excerpt from James D. Murphy’s Business Text (Whole Form)

Figure 87: Sample Instructions for “JIFFY” Corn Muffin Mix

Figure 88: Essay Excerpt on “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,” Thomas De Quincey

Figure 89: Sample Student Paper on “Chrysanthemums”

Copyright 2011 Regina Y. Favors. All Rights Reserved.

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