The Underground Man

The Underground Man

Use a few nice vocabularies but mostly keep the sentences straightforward without too many crazy vocabularies and transition through the paragraph. Keep a few sentences in the paragraphs normal without too many transitions. For instance, Food is amazing as it is with its outstanding ingredients. However, food is now being kept refrigerated to keep its “freshness.” In fact, McDonald’s executes this method in which it is later cooked and served to its customers. The only reason why they’re still in business is because of its amazing flavor. Customers are, unbelievably, satisfied even after we told them the truth; it is not actually fresh beef. The beef is frozen and then cooked. On the other hand, blah blah blah.
Tie it all together in the conclusion paragraph by beginning with a Ultimately, In the end, etc. If it makes it more effective in tying it together, add a few quotes. If not, don’t.

For sources, I need supporting quotations from the primary text and outside critics. Sources: one, from the book “Notes from Underground” by Fyodor Dostoevsky & Scholarly peer reviewed journals. Academic journals which are the outside critic sources. (2)
Also, a work cited page attached.
Nice transitions. If a block quote is used (4 or more lines), indent the block quote.
Effectively use quotations with a great analysis which answers the question along with the thesis.
Properly cite the quote. For example, for book, “This is Mr Travis, your Safari Guide in the Past” (line or paragraph, page number).
Finally, a great title for the essay.
Book: Notes from Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. A vintage classic. ISBN: 978-0-679-73452-9

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