Outline and Thesis Peer Review and Feedback

Haddon, M. (2003). The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, third 50 pages

For your initial post, you will submit your outline and thesis for peer review into the discussion forum.

you already completed part 1 with the thesis and annotated bibliography. Now we need a outline

Project Overview
The course project is based on aspects of the novel you are assigned to read for the course. You will write a literary analysis paper, which should focus on three or more elements of fiction to show how this novel is an example of modern literature in both theme and style. For example, you might choose to explore the novel as a “genre” novel or more closely examine the stylistic nature of the work. While reading the novel and formulating ideas for a paper, ask yourself the following:

What techniques did the author use to create memorable characters?
What point of view is used in the novel? For example, is it written from the first person viewpoint or is it 3rd person, or even 3rd person omniscient? Is the viewpoint important to the story? Find supporting evidence that explains the unique viewpoint presented in this novel.
What are the major conflicts examined in the novel? How are the conflicts explained?
How did the author incorporate other stylistic devices in this novel? What was unusual and modern about the style? What is the main idea or theme? Sometimes there are multiple themes in a work of fiction. When reading the novel, look for clues that focus on the main idea or point(s) that you think the novel is presenting to readers?
How is dialogue used in the novel?
Is the setting important in the novel? If so, explain why and how the setting is used.
Was the title of the novel significant or symbolic? If so, why?
What do you think (from your research) was the author’s purpose in writing this novel?
What changes (if any) do you think this novel brought about in modern literature?

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