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Synthesis Essay (4-5 pages)

All good academic writing is a kind of

synthesis

, or a complex whole formed by combining one or more sources. In reali

ty, anytime you respond to another viewpoint, you are creating a synthesis of materials. Indeed, a research paper is a high

ly complex synthesis of materials—in order to get you prepared for that ultimate goal, you will be writing a synthesis of

two articles for this essay.

To reiterate, a synthesis essay is basically a sophisticated summary of two sources. The one caveat is that you need to cre

ate a

thesis-driven

synthesis, which means your essay has to

say something

unique about the two sources. In other

words, it will be driven by your opinion, and you will steer your reader to see things in the sources that enhance your the

sis. A good synthesis does not create an either/or scenario, in other words, you are not pitting one source against the other

one, but rather analyzing both in terms of each other. You are also creating a high-level, sophisticated reflection on those

two sources, bringing in your own view. Remember, you are an “intellectual” who is taking part of an ongoing societal

discourse. You are well qualified to explain, synthesize and react to the materials we have been reading and viewing in

class. In addition, your viewpoint is unique and valid.

Topics:

1.

Look at the way in which Chris in

Into the Wild

and Timothy in

Grizzly Man

process their past through wilderness

escape. In which way(s) are they both escaping something by leaving their “normal lives”? How does wilderness

stand-in for some kind of dysfunction; alternatively, how does it cover or mask some kind of dysfunction? Is it a

healthy process for both of them?

2.

Are both Werner Herzog in

Grizzly Man

and John Krakauer in

Into the Wild

neutral observers? In which ways do

they insert themselves in their stories? Are they participant observers? How?

3.

How would you discuss the similarities in the way

Into the Wild

and “Into Thin Air” are written? What are some

key points of comparison? In what ways do you think John Krakauer is telling the same story? A different one?

His own story?

4.

For Timothy and Chris, interpersonal relationships were difficult issues. How would you describe the similarities

and differences, and what do those say about the respective subjects?

5.

In what ways is the story of “The Truck Stop Killer” also a narrative about going wild? How can you compare the

perspectives of the teenage runaway and the young wilderness explorer, Chris?

What you need to have:

1.

Textual citations from both sources.

2.

Clear thesis in the first paragraph.

3.

Use of template-based phrasing. View the lists on pages 221-235 (uploaded from “They Say, I Say”. Please place

your template-based phrasing in bold or italic typeface in your essay.)

4.A passionateview of your subject, so that your synthesis is more than just a “review of materials.”

please add work cited!

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