Argumentative Essay

Create an argumentative compare and contrast paper that proves a clear, specific, and not obvious thesis about two poems we have read. Your essay needs to prove that these poems are linked by certain theme, that they have two similarities in common with each other in how they convey that theme, and two differences between each other in how they express that theme. Your essay must exactly follow the structure detailed in the "guiding ideas" section below. To support your point of view strongly you have to include at least eight references to your two text, at least four from each one, with at least one references to each text in each body paragraph. You must also mention at least two literary devices in your essay and explain how they apply to your poems: the point of your paper is to show the reader that these two texts are both similar and different in how they convey their shared theme in very specific and not obvious ways. Guiding ideas: 1) introduction paragraph: introduces both text and had a thesis statement as the last sentences clearly stating your specific point of view. 2) first body paragraph: explain and prove only the first similarity; include at least one refernce to each text. 3) second body paragraph: explain and prove only the second similarity; includes at least one reference to each text. 4) third body paragraph: has a transitional sentences that explain the move from discussing similarities to discussing differences; explain and proves only the first difference; includes at least one references to each text. 5)fourth body paragraph:explain and prove only the second differences; includes at least one references to each text. 6)conclusion paragraph: restates your overall point of view(your thesis) in new words; briefly explain how your specific reading of these texts could change how they and the theme are viewed in the future. Also, do not include more than 1 question anywhere in your paper. Do not include the words "you", "your", "our", "we", "us", "my", "me", or the like. Do not begin or end any paragraph with a direct quotation, Sources: 1)still I rise by maya Angelou 2)snowmen by agha shahid Ali

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