Interpretive Essay

Your task for this essay is to argue an interpretation – to set forth meaning – of a short story that you select. You have two options which are The Wrong Plane and Love Is a Fallacy by Max Shulman. The interpretation and the presentation of your essay are significant. This means that you cannot merely set down random expressions of feeling or unsupported opinions. As an essayist, you must convincingly argue a thesis. You must point to evidence, so that the reader will not only know what you believe but will also understand why you believe it. Account for as many of the details in the work as you can. You don\’t want your reader saying, \”Yes, but your explanation does not account for…\” Therefore, analyze various elements of the work, such as character, title, setting, point of view, images, to effectively support your interpretation.Your opening paragraph may helpfully name the exact topic and arouse interest by asserting that the work is something more than what meets the eye. The body of the essay shall begin to develop the thesis. Make sure that your body paragraphs are organized. Thoroughly develop one point before moving on to the next. In your analysis, include evidence and brief quotations from the text.Here is the link for The Wrong Plan: file for Love Is a Fallacy is attached.Length 3.5-4 pagesFormat: MLA