discuss one quote in each paragraph
We are reading works in which Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, and Stephen Crane use realist depictions to satirize written or spoken discourse that glorifes or romanticizes war. Choose two quotes from ONE of the following works: “Chickamauga,” “The War Prayer,” “The Private History of a Campaign That Failed” OR “Do Not Weep, Maiden, for War is Kind” The quotes should illustrate how the author uses realistic details to satirize the glorifying or romanticizing of war. Your entry should be 4 paragraphs in length.
FORMAT: Think of your entry as a mini-essay. Assume that your reader may not have read the work you are discussing. In your first paragraph, you should introduce the author and the work you will be discussing. State specifically what you see as the author’s intent or purpose and what type of satire he is using. Conclude the introduction with a thesis asserting HOW the author uses realism to satirize the glorifying or romanticizing of war. Using the SIEL method of paragraph development, discuss one quote in each paragraph and clearly establish how the quote supports your thesis. Paragraph 4 should be your conclusion.