This is Travish’s literary criticism paper for Mr. Matthews’ class. I am Travish so don’t even think I copied it from someone else named Travish. If I did that, I would sight Different Travish as a source.
Your literary criticism paper is to be no less than four (4) and no more than six (6) pages typed in Times New Roman 12 point font. In this paper you are to carefully examine and evaluate a work of literature, making an analytical argument about your chosen topic. Make sure that you critically engage the subject and address one or more of the core issues we have discussed in class. Use of secondary sources is highly encouraged.
I didn’t write that part. Those are the instructions for the paper (Mr. Matthews’ Instructions 1). So Mr. Matthews wants me to criticize a work of literature. I am doing that now. Right now. There is no tomorrow (Apollo Creed 1). (Also Van Halen For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge 1).
Second of all this paper is about the X-Men movies. That is the topic I pick for literary criticism. Am I going to criticize the X-Men for Mr. Matthews’ class? Nuh uh! I don’t care what your instructions say Matthews, I like these movies so I won’t trash talk them. I will trash talk you though. You are stupid. You don’t even know something. And you lost bet with the janitor about the NCAA Tournament.
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