This assignment asks you to lay out your thesis statement and the reasoning behind it so that I can make sure everyone is heading in the right direction as your work on your assignment. I am specifically thinking here about the three elements that each thesis should include – evidence, claim, and importance – and if this doesn’t sound familiar from class you might want to check out the Thesis Statement sheet on Blackboard. For each prompt, it will be helpful if you mention as many specific details from the text as you can. For instance, for prompt #2 you might give specific instances of the kinds of examples that you will be looking at, or for #4 you might explain sections of the text that change in meaning depending on the interpretation you are advancing.
1) Write your thesis statement as it is currently drafted.
Marquez subliminally shows us throughout the reading his views on religion even though it might not be easy to originally see through numerous different techniques.
2) In 150 words, explain why you have chosen the evidence that you have.
I have chosen the evidence that I have because it is the primary times that we see Marquez, the author, discuss my topic of religion. Throughout his reading you could interpret the entire thing in a religious manner but I decided to take the most clear ones to help support my claim. If I were to choose more confusing or unclear topics than my claims, about what Marquez is attempting to portray about religion, would be weakened. The reader of my essay would begin to critique my essay for the obscene statements that they would not be focusing on the overall...