This task challenges you to write a full-length literary essay following proper

This task challenges you to write a full-length literary essay following proper essay format using a novel as your primary source.
Topics:
1. A road has been used many times in literature as a metaphor for the progression of life. Comment on McCarthy’s use of the road metaphor in The Road. He writes the words “the road” more than 250 times in the novel; why is he so obsessive about connecting everything back to the road? What is his message about our collective or individual journeys? Use specific references from the text to support your theories.
2. Throughout the novel, the man and the boy are on a continuous search for food, shelter, and most importantly fire. Fire is not only an element for warmth but also provides other advantages and disadvantages. Discuss and analyze the significance of “fire” and how it contributes to the survival of both father and son. Use specific references from the text to support your theories.
3. The Road is a story of a post-apocalyptic society in which most of human civilization has been destroyed. Through the relationship between the father and the son, explore what you believe the author intended to say about what part of our existence is learned through our culture, and what part is naturally already inside of us. Use specific references from the text to support your theories.
4. McCarthy’s work often dramatizes the opposition between good and evil, with evil sometimes emerging triumphantly. What does The Road ultimately suggest about good and evil? Which force seems to have greater power in the novel? Use specific references from the text to support your theories.
5. Discuss the significance of the last paragraph of the novel. Why does McCarthy evoke images of fish and nature? Maps? What was the purpose of this story, according to this final thought? Use specific references from the text to support your theories.
Format:
● Times New Roman font, 12 pt.
● double-spaced
● MLA-format for header, page numbering, page 1 format, quotations, in-text citations, and Works Cited

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