Every Little Hurricane, english homework help

Subject: “Every Little Hurricane” by Sherman Alexie

Prompt: Analyze a particular element (character, symbol, leitmotif) in a shortstory and argue its significance to the story’s meaning.This essay is for a general academic audience

Formatting:4-5 pages (1000 – 1250 words); MLA formatting(see http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ for help.)

Reminders:●Although you are not required to use sources, any sources used should be documented.●In an essay of this nature, it’s best to use specific passages to back up your discussion since doing so offers more opportunity for close analysis.

Ultimately, the paper should cover the following questions:

What does the text say? Provide paraphrased ideas or direct quotations to use in your essay(be sure to distinguish between what you paraphrase and directquotations. Include page numbers for all material):

What does the text mean? How do I interpret this? (Read between the lines):

Why does it matter? How does it relate to your thesis?:

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I need a NON-PLAGIARIZED essay and it is the most important point about it.

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Here is the outline that i wrote that i need u to follow please

Essay outline

Hook: Humans have different experiences throughout their lives; some of them are like a hurricane and some are full of peace and joy.

Thesis: Throughout history we as humans, learned to survive in many worst situations to the point that surviving has transformed from an act to an ability for us. By being creative and patience, many problems could be solved and allows humans to continue surviving.

First: Just like Victor, all the people are working hard to survive in bad situations

Second: Being patience is a key to survival. Patience help us to not make unnecessary choices and allow us to make the right move by taking enough time to understand everything.

Third: Giving up does not result in success.

Conclusion: In conclusion, storms comes after peace and peace after storm and it keeps going the same way. After each storm we get to be stronger, so we can survive the next storm easier.