What questions do you have about the essay?
- What story are you analyzing?
- What are you looking at in the story?
- What scenes are you looking at?
One author: (Ramos 23).
Two Authors: (Ramos and Smith 23).
Three or more authors: (Ramos et al. 23).
Quote from the article “Sandra Cisneros’s Modern Malinche: A Reconsideration of Feminine Archetypes in Woman Hollering Creek” by Alexandra Fitts:
Cisneros reevaluates, and in a way revalues, the three most prevalent representations of Mexican womanhood: the passive virgin, the sinful seductress, and the traitorous mother, idolized in the figures of the Virgin of Guadalupe, La Malinche, and La Llorona.
Keep these things in mind.
- Peer edit the same way you revise your own work.
- Be specific in identifying problems or opportunities.
- Offer suggestions for improvement.
- Praise what is genuinely good in the paper.
Workshop looking for structure and evidence, “Chips and Salsa.”
Find the chips for your essay and the salsa to make it good. Make sure you have the right amount of salsa for each chip.