I have mixed feelings about the summertime. I love swimming, hot weather, drinking iced coffee, warm nights, walking for hours without any destination, going to sleep red and waking up a shade darker. At the same time, as a student who takes classes nine months out of the year, June through August presents a kind of chasm in which routine is discarded and needed to be refound. I inevitably find myself with time on my hands to ponder too much. Recently I've been wrestling with the idea of existential dread and how to utilise the thoughts which arise from it to initiate helpful, discrusive thinking. I don't really think there's one solution, but I find comfort in texts which offer empathetic narratives.
1- Even though your audience has read both A Moveable Feast and Where Good Ideas Come From, you should show how the novels connect in your introduction.
2- When constructing your thesis, limit yourself to three patterns from Where Good Ideas Come From. make sure to show us how these patterns helped Hemingway develop his Iceberg Theory.
3- You will need to find direct quotes and specific examples from both A Moveable Feast and Where Good Ideas Come From. Please make sure that every paragraph you write asserts and explains how the significance of a directly quoted passage supports your response to the above prompt.
4- When revising your eassy, Reconsider the organization of your paragraphs, so they do noe fill up with descriptions of what happens, leaving you a little room to develop why what happens supports your claim. This will allow you to use the AXES Format.