Write a 4-6-page scene. Include a description of where this scene would fall in the book and how this would impact the ending of the novel.

Writing – Scene

You finished reading the novel, and you would like to add or modify a scene. You can make up a new character, rewrite an existing character’s scene, or write the scene with you as the character. Write a 4-6-page scene. Include a description of where this scene would fall in the book and how this would impact the ending of the novel.

Connect the literature to modern society. In what ways does the novel reflect modern society?

Choose 1 of our characters. Ask a critical question about your character’s journey and answer it.

Analyze the author’s argument. What is the author’s argument in his/her book? Does he/she succeed in convincing her reader of her argument? Why or why not?

Analyze your novel’s ending. Why does the author choose to end his/her novel the way she does? What is your interpretation of the ending? What do you think happens after the ending?

Be a minimum of 4-6 pages to fully develop the prompt you chose.

Adhere to MLA guidelines:

last name and page number on the upper right-hand corner of each page, double space, 12 point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, no extra space between paragraphs, follow in-text citation guidelines

Include proper header format in the upper left-hand corner of the first page Include a Works Cited page.

Cite all in-text quotes in the following format: “quote” . note there is no comma or “p” or “pg” or paragraph number in the parenthesis and there is no punctuation before the citation , and the period goes after the end of the citation.

Write a 4-6-page scene. Include a description of where this scene would fall in the book and how this would impact the ending of the novel.