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Some Tips on Titling Your Critical Analysis Essay In the discipline of English, formulating an effective title for your essay ma

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Some Tips on Titling Your Critical Analysis Essay In the discipline of English, formulating an effective title for your essay matters for few reasons: ? A good working title helps you to focus your ideas during the writing of the essay. ? A good title suggests to your reader (teacher) right away that you have a clear thesis. ? A good title can help another researcher locate your essay in a database if it were published. S/he would only need to key in the relevant search terms to get a hit. Features of a Good Title ? A good title is specific and precise ? A good title will include the SUBJECT and FOCUS of your essay. The SUBJECT can be the literary work and/or author that your essay deals with. The FOCUS can be the specific centre of interest of your essay (for instance, a concentration on the analysis of specific literary devices or elements). Some Possible Formulas to Try: ? List your FOCUS followed by the SUBJECT: Fill in the blanks: ___________________________________ in ________________________________________________ (FOCUS) (name the author and literary work) e.g.: Darkness and Light in Anne Castons Narrative Poem Anatomy e.g.: Metaphor and Biblical Symbolism in Anne Castons Anatomy e.g. The Role of the Fool in Shakespeares Early Plays ? Use a colon (:) to link the SUBJECT and FOCUS e.g.: Anne Castons Anatomy: An Archetypal Journey ? Use a quotation (from the literary work or some other relevant source) and a colon e.g.: Approaching the edge of knowing: Anne Castons Anatomy e.g.: [F]earful symmetry: Expressive Metrical Shifts in The Tyger

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A Selection of Titles of Student Essays on Anne Castons Anatomy and T.R. Hummers The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill a Nine-Foot Cottonmouth The purpose of an essay title is to indicate the subject and focus of the essay so that your reader can tell at a glance what the essay is about. As well, if the essay gets published, another researcher can locate the essay title in a database (Proquest, etc.). The title should name the author and/or the title of the text under consideration in the essay, and provide a sense of the essays focus. It is a good idea to give your essay a working title to remind you of your focus (thesis) while drafting the paper. For example, if, in this term paper, you focus on an examination of a specific theme or on symbolism or on the poets treatment of a specific archetype (initiation), you should indicate in your essays title that focus. Rate the titles below in terms of their effectiveness in giving you a sense of the esssays subject and focus. Is it VERY EFFECTIVE, JUST OKAY or INEFFECTIVE? If you cant tell what poem the essay is supposed to be about, that is a clue that the title is an ineffective one. Be aware of the conventions for capitalization and punctuation in titles. How to Become a Healer Anne Castons Anatomy: Critical Analysis The Dissection of Anne Castons Anatomy Growth Evil Invasion The Explication of the Rural Carrier and the Snake Accepting Life, Accepting Death Life and Death Reality The Significance of Structure and Imagery in Anatomy Accepting Death in Anatomy Crossing Over The Analysis of The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill a Nine-Foot Cottonmouth by T.R. Hummer Suffering on all Fronts The Anatomy of Turning Points The theme of light versus darkness, representative of character development in the poem, Anatomy by Anne Caston. Dealing with Death Birth, Life & Death The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill Himself Just a Cadaver The Rural Carrier Stop to Kill a Nine-foot Cottonmouth By T.R. Hummer Till Death do Us Part The Evil Inside The Rural Carrier Accepting Death Through Experience The sudden confession of a sudden evil act: a way to purge and mature. The Consequences of Blind Faith In The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill a Nine-Foot Cottonmouth An Analysis of T.R. Hummers The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill a Nine-Foot Cottonmouth The Anatomy of Anna Castons Anatomy Mutated feelings about Death Finding Light in All the Dark Literary Devices Racism and Guilt in T.R. Hummers The Rural Carrier Stops to Kill a Nine-Foot Cottonmouth Seeing Life Through Death

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The Cycle of Life and Death Evil and Violence The Eye of the Beholder The Loss of Innocence Broadens Ones Horizons The Danger of Thoughtless Hate So Close to Death Anatomy: An Emotional Journey A Study of Life Through Anne Castons Anatomy:

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