Identify the page or paragraph number(s) of the passage in the introduction of the close reading. Do not include the passage in your paper. Also, avoid summarizing the passage.

Write a 3-page close reading of the short story ″Hills Like White Elephants″.

Choose one passage to closely read. Pages 230-231

Identify the page or paragraph number(s) of the passage in the introduction of the close reading. Do not include the passage in your paper. Also, avoid summarizing the passage.

Use the literary devices imagery and symbolism to help you construct an interpretative thesis

Avoid using the personal pronoun

Follow the MLA style for format (double space, 12 point, Times New Roman font, number pages, etc.). For more information on using MLA style to cite your work, to compose a Works Cited page, and to format your work, visit Purdue OWL at <link is hidden> />

**No research is conducted for the close reading. Avoid including support from any source except for your primary source.

Close Reading Paper Outline

Introduction— The introduction should be one paragraph long in short papers—<link is hidden> all papers for this course

A. Context

B. Thesis–Sample thesis: “Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway communicates meaning by disrupting logos through dialogue and by relying on symbolism to inform the disruption.

The thesis contains the title(s) of the primary source(s) and the main point about the primary source(s). For this course, your thesis will have sub-points (no more than 3 the literary devices).

(Note that a forecasting statement predicts the organization of the paper, so the forecasting statement is a thesis with points. The points in a thesis are addressed in the body of the paper in the same order that the points are presented in the thesis.)

II. First Body Paragraph/Chunk

Topic Sentence (transition)—Sample topic sentence: “Hills Like White Elephants” disrupts logos as it bypasses reasoning through dialogue.

Show how the work by Hemingway disrupts logos as it bypasses reasoning through dialogue

Add support using the source integration formula

III. Second Body Paragraph/Chunk

Topic Sentence (transition)—Sample topic sentence: “Hills Like White Elephants” disrupts logos as it relies on symbolism to inform this disruption of logos.

Show how the work by Hemingway focuses on disrupts logos as it relies on symbolism to inform this disruption

Add support using the source integration formula

*Add more paragraphs as necessary

IV. Conclusion

Creatively restate thesis

End on a final note

I INCLUDED MY INTRODUCTION AND WHAT I HAVE TO GO BY SO FAR. Use quotations to support close reading from pages 230-231. Thank you much. The only source you can use is the story itself.

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