Objective: you will cite strong thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences and conclusions based on an author’s beliefs about a subject.
1. Separate the first two pages from the section.
2. Do not just pick the first paragraph on your section.
3. Pick subjects and tones that are easy to identify.
4. Refer to the "Henry Chinaski's possible subjects" list:
his father, his mother, the Depression, growing up, school, teachers, his teacher, the principal, graduation, girls, his friends, girls, rich kids, adults, mowing the lawn, bullies, alcohol, Naziism, World War 2, writing, success, The American Dream, his acne, doctors, loneliness, friendship, work, school, religion . . .