Using The Trouble with Wilderness by William Cronon as a seed text, identify an intellectual problem that this article raises (either implicitly or explicitly).

Using The Trouble with Wilderness by William Cronon as a seed text, identify an intellectual problem that this article raises (either implicitly or explicitly). Find and close read one exhibit(or twotopically related exhibits) that emblematizes, addresses, or complicates this problem. Write a persuasive essay that makes a strong main claim that is supported by the once tsandevidencefrom seven to nine sources. The essay should show familiarity with the work of experts and engage in the current scholarly conversation. Document sources using the MLA in-text citation method.
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PROGRESSION 3ASSIGNMENT: RESEARCHED ARGUMENTUsing The Trouble with Wilderness by William Cronon as a seed text, identify an intellectual problem that this article raises (either implicitly or explicitly). Find and close read one exhibit(or two topically related exhibits) that emblematizes, addresses, or complicates this problem. Write a persuasive essay that makes a strong main claim that is supported by the concepts and evidence from seven to nine sources. The essay should show familiarity with the work of experts and engage in the current scholarly conversation. Document sources using the MLA in-text citation method. Goals:Continue to work on the goals from the first two assignments: using the introduction to orient the reader and identify an intellectual problem embodied in an appropriate exhibit, formulating a strong main claim, establishing a clear motive, maintaining a coherent structure, supporting your argument with evidence and reasons, writing in a fluent and clear style, smoothly integrating argumentand theoretical sources, explaining key terms, having an interesting and informative title. Contextualize your exhibit by framing it within a specific genre, class, trend, debate, and scholarly conversation. Make sure that the stance of your argument is clearthat readers know where your essay stands in the scholarly conversation. Analyze pertinent aspects of your exhibit(s) in order to draw cogent conclusions. Offer an analysis of argument and theoretical sources, interpreting their central claims, evaluating their arguments, and explaining their significance in terms of your own claim. Reflecton and complicate your argument: consider counter evidence, counter arguments, anomalies,and draw out implications. Have an interesting and informative title. Adhere to all relevant formatting guidelines described in the course syllabus.The final draft must be between 2400 and 3000 words.

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