Focus your paper on a contestable interpretive claim. Position your paper claim

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Focus your paper on a contestable interpretive claim. Position your paper claim at the
end of your introductory paragraph. Defend your paper claim through your paper’s
argument. Assume you are writing to an audience of people who have read the novel and
care about interpreting it. (Please avoid plot summary)
Format: 1 inch margins, 12 point font, page numbers, double-spaced
Pre-writing Process:
1. Identify a passage from the novel Thousand Cranes by Kawabata (10 lines or less, usually
3-4 lines)
2. Ask an interpretive question about that passage (a HOW or WHY question)
3. Use that interpretive question to develop a Contestable Interpretive Claim (an
affirmative sentence on the page)
Paper Structure:
In your paper, use your introductory paragraph to introduce the PAPER CLAIM
(your one-sentence Contestable Interpretive Claim). Use the rest of the paper to
present an ARGUMENT for that claim using EVIDENCE from the text.

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