Prompts For Writing An Essay About Dickens' “Great Expectations”
Want to create an essay based on “Great Expectations” an impressive book written by Dickens, but have no clue what kind of title to create, or how to even start the assignment? You’ll be surprised at the number of options that are available to you when you have the correct approach. In this article you’ll encounter some suggestions that you can use to create the perfect essay that’s worthy of a top notch grade. Your teacher is not going to give out these grades very easily so you will have to work for them.
- What is your favorite chapter in the book and why?
- What chapter in the book did you not enjoy and why?
- Compare and contrast two different chapters of the book
- Figure out what character you like the best and write a detailed report on them
- What character addition would you make to the book and why?
- Describe the type of language that the writer used in the book
- Why is this book such a great piece of literature?
- Compare this book to another book of the same genre
- What did you feel as you read the book?
- What did you think about the opening chapters of the book?
- What did you feel about the middle of the book?
- What impression did the end of the book make on you?
- Do you feel that the last part of the book lacked something?
- What are the greatest strengths of the book?
- What are the biggest weaknesses of the book?
- What improvements would you make to the book and why?
- Is this piece of literature going to stand the test of time?
- Is this book suitable for a big blockbuster move?
- Is this book suitable for a play to be created about it?
You should be impressed by the great array of possible tiles above. They all have something to offer that you can work on. However, if during the course of working on the project you felt hat you want to work on a different project title then don’t be scared to change it. At times during the research phase you can find interesting info that can tilt the direction the project is going to go in and that’s alright.