But in so doing, she is also distancing herself from the text, not fully embracing it or its meaning in her life. Instead, you should look to explain how the author's technique or use of a character, for example, adds to the theme conveyed. Some transitions that could be used in this essay are: also, another, not only If not, who does or did the text serve?
She could see Walter as a man with a fleeting grip on reality who daydreams that he is a fighter pilot, a brilliant surgeon, a gun expert, or a military hero, when he actually is a poor driver with a slow reaction time to a green traffic light.
But, always beware, as a beginning scholar, of criticizing any text as "confusing" or "crazy," or for "using too many hard words," since readers might simply conclude that you are too ignorant or slow to understand and appreciate it!
Short summary of the story no more than 4 sentences B. Do the ideas wander around without making a point? Wonder how exactly?
Likewise, the woman reader does not come to the text without outside influences. Use several quotes as examples of how it agrees with and supports what you think about the world, about right and wrong, and about what you think it is to be human.
The fault of the people who tried to do something. Avoid bringing up any new ideas in your conclusion or adding any analysis not previously mentioned in your response. Choosing an approach to your argument is the first step.