here are the prompts about the play so pick one please Discuss the Kandinsky. Wh

here are the prompts about the play so pick one please
Discuss the Kandinsky. What does it symbolize, reveal, or prepare the audience for? You may think of it in terms of the play as a whole, particular characters in it, or particular scenes.
2. The play is a sort of a detective story but with no final revelation. Why does Guare choose not to give Paul a concrete past or identity of his own? What is he saying about people and their pasts and how their pasts make them the people they are?
3. On the whole, does Paul harm or benefit the people he “visits”? How and why? And what is Guare trying to say through this?
4. How do race and sexual preference operate in this play? How does Guare use them to help make his point or to shape his characters?
5. The imagination is a major theme throughout this play. What is Paul’s theory of imagination? does it prove correct? what, then, is Guare’s theory of the imagination?
6. Art and color (and structure) are major themes that run all through the play, pick one or more of those themes and explain what you think Guare is doing with it.
here are my teachers structural guidelines
• Thesis: it is essential that your first paragraph lays out a clear, particular, debatable argument.
• Structure: every essay should be thoughtfully and strategically laid out to prove its point.
• Quotes: your essay must refer frequently and particularly and effectively to the text.
More specifically, these essays should be proper essays, by which I mean the following
Structure and Argumentation
• Your essay should have an introduction that
• lays out the terms and ideas and parameters that you will be using in your essay and
• builds to a clear, particular, debatable, well-explained thesis.
• The ideas in your essay should be carefully arranged and organized in a clear and logical structure, paying attention to both logic (what makes sense after what) and effect (save something good for the last paragraph).
• That structure should be made evident through the use of transitional sentences and other forms of signposting and meta-discourse (especially at the beginning and end of paragraphs or larger sections). Tell me what you’re doing when you’re doing it.
• Your essay should end with a conclusion that helps sum up what has been accomplished in your essay. You don’t have to run over your entire argument, but you do have to make me feel like it was worth reading all of it.
Use of Evidence
• Your essay should pay careful attention to key details in the language of the texts it discusses.
• Your essay should quote frequently but selectively from the texts in question. In other words, you
should use a lot of quotes, but they should all be short, incorporating only what you need to
illustrate your point.
• All of your quotes should blend smoothly and elegantly in with your own language.
• To do this, you will need to make small cuts and changes within the quotes. Make sure to mark them
with square brackets: [ ].
• Each quotation you used should be cited properly, according to MLA formatting practices.
Language and Style
• Your essay should be written in clear, grammatically correct, professional-sounding English.
• It should be in the present tense.
• It should avoid the first person, colloquialisms, contractions, and typographical errors.
Nuts and Bolts
• Your essay should be
• At least 1000 words,
• double-spaced and single-sided.
• It should have page numbers,
• 1”-margins all around.
• and no extra space between paragraphs.
• It should have a title that is not “Six Degrees.” • It should have a list of works cited.