Mark Twain. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. In an essay of at least 1500 words, analyze and evaluate your chosen Long Work, emphasizing character, theme and values. The possibilities are nearly endless; just be sure to keep the work of literature itself at the heart of your essay. Also, do not try to “cover” the entire work. That can lead to excessive summary. Say, for example, you want to compare key passages from Chapter 1 and Chapter 17. Should you summarize Chapters 2-16? No. Instead, write a brief transition that allows you to move from Chapter 1 to Chapter 17. Quote and develop at least four or five key passages, documenting them in MLA style. This is not a research paper. Rather it will be an expression of your good ideas, opinions, and growing confidence as a reader of American literature and your chosen Long Work. As always, follow the organization you establish in your introduction.