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    Your next task is to provide an analysis comparing how two works develop a specific theme. Choose a theme (love, coming of age, good vs. evil, etc.). Pick at least one work from the Bedford text. The other work can be from literature, art, film, comic books, radio, or TV. Discuss the works, analyzing and comparing how they develop the theme you have chosen.

    Your analysis should include:

    1.an introduction that presents the theme you have chosen
    2.the works you are analyzing and comparing,
    3.a body including the analyses of the works, and
    4.a conclusion.

    In your analysis, be sure to mention:

    1.How these works develop the theme?
    2.How they change the theme?
    3.How the genre impacts the development of the theme?

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    Thanks for the Special Request! I am honored! As you prepare your own paper, I offer some ideas and research to help you:

    First of all, as you provide an analysis, comparing how two works develop a specific theme, I think that the theme of obsessive love is a powerful one to explore. What do you think?

    As you then pick at least one work from the Bedford text, Poe's "Annabel Lee" certainly embodies this theme well.

    As you choose a film piece to compare it with, you might select SlumDog Millionaire. I highly recommend that you rent this movie if you have not seen it already. This work can be examined at www.foxsearchlight.com/slumdogmillionaire

    As you then compose your own analysis, you should aim for an introduction that hooks your reader. Perhaps add a question to lure the reader about a time when he or she was pursued to the point of obsession or vice versa? You might also look at the word "obsession" and talk about ways in which our overall society becomes smitten, overwhelmed, and driven by people, places, and things, such as the paparazzi. A clear example of obsession was Princess Diana's death or the Octo Mom's obsession with Angelina Jolie's looks and kids. Any ideas?

    As you then formulate your own introduction, please then state your "game plan" or thesis" to articulate your paper's main idea. A generic example might be: Edgar Allan Poe's classic poem, "Annabel Lee," and the current global movie sensation, "Slumdog Millionaitre, depict the theme of obsessive love in order to show the characters' ultimate quests and ...

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    Ideas for a MGRP are generated.

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