Dorothy tells her what happened and how she wanted to go home so the witch told her to follow the yellow brick road to the great Oz.Along the way she has 3 different encounters, one with a scarecrow, one with a lion, and one with a tin man.The former introduces your topic and your thesis (the claim being argued for), while the latter serves to tie all your supporting evidence together, reinforce your thesis, and then demonstrate the implications of your argument (why it matters).
When I think Hero's journey, the first thing that comes to my mind is " The Wizard of Oz." This to me is a hero's journey.
Dorothy plays a hero as well as Oz and the Scarecrow, the lion, the tin man and the witch of the east. She was the lion's hero along with Oz when he wanted courage and the tin mans hero when he wanted a heart and the scarecrows hero when he wanted a brain.
It was close, we had a bunch of great suggestions (that we'll refer to for upcoming episodes), but the winner was this topic from Bryan Farrow: "In the vein of the Republic and Rationalia, I want to hear Peez and Tamler draft a constitution for "Oz", a sovereign state that maximizes whatever they cherish most.
Welcome to “Honoraria” and “Puerto Rico”, currently at war over the five paragraph essay.
Wherever possible, you want those claims to be supported by quotations or citations.
The difference between a quotation and a mere citation is that a citation is a paraphrasing of an author by you, whereas the quotation provides the author's voice.
Yes quotes can be included in a conclusion paragraph. Sometimes you can end an essay with a quote that has a poignant and conciliatory.
However, in my opinion, end conclusions with a reiteration of your thesis statement.
Plus, Dave relates how it feels to get the bulk of the critical feedback for once.
And we talk about a few other things we’re grateful for – including students who don’t try to bullshit us, “honeybuns”, academic PEDs -- and Tamler says a few words about his Mom.