The topic is on the book “In watermelon sugar” and the task is to assess the narrator, the person telling us this whole story. Is he a reliable narrator or not? Why or why not?

Page 1- (~2 paragraphs)
Introductory Paragraph (introduce novel title, author’s name, with extremely brief summary of plot, end with thesis statement.
Body Paragraph #1- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #1 regarding the Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences of supportive evidence from the story)
Page 2- (~2 paragraphs)
Body Paragraph #2- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #2 RE: Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences of supportive evidence from the story)
Body Paragraph #3- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #3 RE: Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences of supportive evidence from the story)
Body Paragraph #4- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #4 RE: Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences giving supportive evidence from the story)
Page 3 (~2 paragraphs)- Narrator Reliability/Unreliability Reason #1
Body Paragraph #5- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #5 RE: Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences giving supportive evidence from the story)
Body Paragraph #6- Topic sentence announcing major Reason #6 RE: Narrator’s Reliability/Unreliability, followed by 9 sentences giving supportive evidence from the story)
Page 4 (~2 paragraphs)- Engage with Scholarly Articles #1 and 2
Body Paragraph #7- Agree or argue against main idea of Article #1: Is iDEATH, in fact, a “polluted Eden”? Begin this paragraph with a topic sentence.
Body Paragraph #8- Utilize any ideas in Mary Rohrberger’s plot summary/analysis that you believe work to support your thesis. Begin this paragraph with a topic sentence.
Page 5- (~2-3 paragraphs)- Engage with Scholarly Articles #3, 4, 5
Body Paragraphs #9 and 10- Utilize any ideas in articles 3, 4, and 5 (by Carolyn Blakely, Jeffrey Foster, and Patricia Hernlund) that you believe work to support your thesis. Begin each of these paragraphs with a topic sentence.

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