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I'm having trouble writing an introduction to this literary analysis. It's for "A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings". I'm supposed to show how the elements point of view, character, setting, tone and style, and symbolism convey the authors themes or central ideas. I'm not asking you to write it for me, just how to organize it. I have an idea about how to write an introduction for a literary analysis, but I just can't tie it together for some reason...

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  1. Do not write your introduction until after you've written the body of your paper!

    You need to organize your paper and write it, covering the required points. After you've done that, you'll find it easy to write the introduction.

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  2. I'll do that. Thanks! :)

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  3. You're welcome. :-)

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  4. Help me to write my speech

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