Write 4-5 well-developed paragraphs (about 500-750 words, or 2-3 double-spaced pages) about the story, by responding to what you have read. You can use the pronoun I and trace your own reactions to what you read, but please remember to give your essay a coherent shape by remaining focused on your overall interpretation of the message and purpose of the story.
Remember to write your essay in the form of several paragraphs, unified by an overall interpretation you wish to discuss. Do NOT write it in the form of a list of answers to the possible topics/questions I have listed above. Each new paragraph should be indented. Please double space. Do not use headings. Give your response paper an interesting title that reveals your topic or highlights the storys theme(s). Remember: do not plagiarize. Do not use anyone elses work, whether from the internet, a classmate, or a former student.