Topic: Acceptance of one’s true-self or fate
Using the graphic novel American Born Chinese written by Gene Luen Yang and the novel Native Speaker written by Chang-rae Lee to write this paper based on the theme of
acceptance of one’s true-self or fate.
With a concise, illuminating title that includes specific texts, your introduction would open briefly with the context of your argument, main points of the chosen
texts, and followed immediately by a strong thesis and insights. Give quotes to substantiate your argument, but do so only when you are ready to closely read those
cited passages for imagery, language, theme, refrain, rhythm, and so forth. The paper must demonstrate clarity, force, grace, and originality of thought. Do not
summarize the plot for the sake of plot summary; rather, recast certain episodes succinctly in your own words in order to tease out an innovative idea. Eliminate
overly personal, subjective voice in academic discourse. Avoid, as well, a pompous, high-flown style, marked by turgid and flowery expressions and the paucity of
original thought. Be precise and concise.
Demonstrate in this critical paper your insights into texts. Strike a balance between generality and particularity, between quotation/plot and analysis, and between
bold, unique ideas and methodical textual analysis. Note that the thesis statement must be one that could be sustained throughout the paper. Outside sources are not
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