Watership down Summary and Reaction
After closely analyzing the film version of Richard Adams′s Watership Down, create an essay that focuses your analysis on three or four examples of a theme. Compose an essay of no fewer than five paragraphs that uses at least three examples. Integrate material from your synopsis into the first body paragraph–after the introduction. Make sure to title your essay precisely and attach the MLA information provided to avoid charges of plagiarism or missing content. Close analysis of examples should dominate the paper. Format with standard expectations, per syllabus: one-inch margins, Times New Roman, 12-point font, double-spaced, indented paragraphs, a title, etc. So basically continuing off what you already wrote in a way.