It should be supported by documentation from primary and at least two secondary sources. You may be asked to explore the themes, language, and characters in the texts in addition to doing a cultural analysis and historical background. You may reflect on the writer’s point of view, what the text reveals about the society we live in, and what the text reveals about human nature. You can then decide how these ideas could be used to construct a thesis about the text. Your thesis will serve as your guiding point for developing an outline and composing your paper. Must follow the MLA style of documentation. Papers should be a minimum of four double-spaced pages and should have the following structure: (1) an introduction, stating the purpose of the essay or the problem to be addressed in the essay, the rationale for the topic, and the literary text(s) and/or author(s) on which the essay will focus; (2) a main section, with at least three key points, clearly marshaled and illustrated with reference to the chosen text(s) and relevant secondary, critical sources; (3) a concluding section, summing up the key points of the essay and calling attention to the main thrust of its argument, and (4) Endnotes (where necessary) and Bibliography, or otherwise References or Works Cited, presented in strict adherence to your chosen style of documentation. Please note that a Bibliography or List of References/Works Cited is obligatory and you are required to make use of no less than two secondary sources in addition to the main text.