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In this paper, you are required to present an essay on a topic based on The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert. You are supposed to develop a unifying thesis that you can develop fully in the course of your essay. The opening paragraph must include the book title (italicized) and the author’s full name. Moreover, write an overall analysis of Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction that draws from the Author’s thesis, conclusions, solutions, Methods of argument (induction, deduction) – give examples, Arrangement of the chapters and content, and Purpose.
English 101 – Maselli
Topics for Essay 2 (based on The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert)
Required Length: 750 words (+ or – 50)
Choose ONE of the following topics based on Elizabeth’s Kolbert The Sixth Extinction. Do not respond to the topic questions “point by point.” Instead, develop a unifying thesis that you can develop fully in the course of your essay. (For information on writing your thesis, review Writing Analytically, 147-60 & 175-9.) Organize your points into an organic whole, and remember to use transitions that effectively connect your ideas. Avoid writing a summary in response to the topic; this essay requires textual analysis.
Take notes as you work on your paper, so you will write a better cover letter. Before submission, check your paper to correct any sentence, grammar, or spelling errors. Use a handbook to help you.
What is the nature and condition of your subject? Make your analysis
thorough, specific, and focused on the subject’s unique situation in time and place.
In your discussion, assess the role of human activity and long-term consequences.
Link your discussion to Kolbert’s central arguments in The Sixth Extinction.
Organize your points into a thesis-driven, organized, and interesting paper.
Incorporate your own reflections.