1. What types of major errors occurred in your essay?
Most of the major errors include grammatical errors and not quoting from the play. The comma splices are a result of not considering instructions in writer’s source, which I admit that I did not give full concentration. The mistake of verb tense can be said a human error, because sometimes I think that I have added “s” at the end of verb in present tense but I do not. It is just a human error because these verb tense mistakes can be compared with the rest of my paper, and this will indicate that many of such sentences are written correctly. Plagiarism is also a major error that occurs due to writing in almost same pattern. There may be thousands of copies of the play, A Doll’s House and related materials available on the internet. One can just put efforts to write differently, but it is quite impossible to write 100% different. In all materials, characters are same, the plot is same and even ideas are same. I have put my best efforts to make it free of plagiarism.
2. How will you avoid these errors in your future essays?
These errors can be avoided by reading the instructions more carefully and proofreading the completed assignment more than one time. Checking the paper for plagiarism from multiple sources and then making it free of plagiarism will also help me to avoid such errors in future.
3. What part of the writing process did you find most difficult?
Citation and quoting, it was quite difficult to decide which part to quote and where. A quote must fit in the paragraph and reflect entire paragraph; therefore, it took the time to decide what to quote and where.
4. What part seemed easiest for you?
The almost entire plot was easy because I have read the play multiple times. The complete story is in my mind, and I just had to put it into words and make it a paper.
5. What is the most challenging aspect of writing about a play?
Critical thinking is a most challenging part because one has to evaluate every part of the play. After evaluating, one can identify the main theme and the role of every character. It is really challenging to gather your complete attention at one place and start thinking about play in order to know what is going on. There are many aspects of play; a character sometimes seems positive and sometimes negative. It is, therefore, necessary to think critically about every part.
Ibsen, Henrik. A Doll’s House. London [u.a.], 1960. Web.