The “Headstrong Historian” is about empowerment and change, but it is also about loss and grief. Is it possible to move forward and become “educated” without losing one’s cultural roots?
- Please use the third person. Do not use the “I” pronoun.
- Introduce your essay by establishing what prompt you are responding to. Briefly summarize the reading. State your thesis.
- Support your thesis in a few paragraphs. For each paragraph, provide a topic sentence that directly supports your thesis. Use textual evidence in every body paragraph. Textual evidence may be direct quotes, but it could also be a paraphrase or summary of events. At the end of the evidence give the author or translator and the page number.
- Conclude your essay with some final thoughts on the subject.