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Tutor profile: Sarah M.

Sarah M.
Writing Tutor

Questions

Subject: Writing

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Question:

"What should my thesis contain?"

Sarah M.
Answer:

"Your thesis should lay out the main argument of your paper -- what you are looking for readers to leave the paper having learned -- in a straight forward yet digestable manner.

Subject: Literature

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Question:

"Which sentence in the closing paragraph of the novel best represents what the author is wants his or her readers to get from the book?"

Sarah M.
Answer:

"The second to last sentence parallels the final sentence of the opening paragraph, directing readers to reflect on the broader plot and how the protagonist has grown"

Subject: English

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Question:

"In the book we are currently discussing, how does the narrator affect the reader's perception of the plot?"

Sarah M.
Answer:

"The narrator deeply affects how reader's perceive Book X's plot, as they determine the lense, as well as dispense the information, that the reader has to digest the story.

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