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  1. Novel Test Next Class
    1. There will be forty multiple-choice questions and twenty vocabulary words.
    2. white noise
      red herring
      bloke
      third degree
      roisterers
      Occam’s razor
      dustbin
      post
      hypothetical
      snooker
      tether
      giddy
      luminous
      negligible
      inverse proportion
      approximation
      quid
      timetable
      rucksack
      truncheon
  2. Novel Themes Outline
  1. Introduction
      1. Introduce the title of the novel and give a two or three sentence overview of the plot.
      2. Introduce the theme topics the paper will explain.
      3. Thesis statement – provide the three themes the essay will explain.
  2. Theme 1
      1. Introduce the first theme.
      2. Explain how the details of the novel reveal the theme (at least two quotes).
      3. Provide page numbers as internal citations (Haddon 54) for each specific event.
  3. Theme 2
      1. Introduce the first theme.
      2. Explain how the details of the novel reveal the theme (at least two quotes).
      3. Provide page numbers as internal citations (Haddon 54) for each specific event.
  4. Theme 3
      1. Introduce the first theme.
      2. Explain how the details of the novel reveal the theme (at least two quotes).
      3. Provide page numbers as internal citations (Haddon 54) for each specific event.
  5. Conclusion – Write five to six sentences to summarize how the three themes bring meaning to the novel.

These are examples of quotes used in a sentence:

Christopher knew he could not live with his father because he was afraid of him. Christopher wrote, “Father had murdered Wellington. That meant he could murder me” (Haddon 122).

Christopher was able to face his fear of strange places because it was balanced with his fear of his father. He explained he was both “frightened of being far away from a place I was used to” and “frightened of being near where Father lived”, “so the total fear remained a constant” (Haddon136).

 

 



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