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In this Discussion Board posting, you need to choose one key passage from Ambelin Kwaymullina’s The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf that you want to argue is central to understanding a theme of the entire work (note: review the “Moving from Theme to Theme+” Learning Module)-please find attched. In other words, you need to advance a critical analysis of a passage of your choice and unpack how the relevant passage connects to what you critically perceive as a theme (i.e., theme+, as per the “Moving from Theme to Theme+” Learning Module) of the novel. You are therefore looking to make connections between the ‘little’ events of the passage and the ‘bigger’ moments of the novel and how those connections are in service to the theme of the novel.Remember: this is a critical argument you are advancing, not an option, so make sure you advance a clear theme (i.e., theme+) that is clearly connected to your selection/analysis of the passage that you are selecting.1. This may be an online posting, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a formal assignment; in other words, as a degree-level student, you are expected to write in grammatically accurate and complete sentences organized into coherent paragraphs and use formal language (i.e., no slang) to advance your critical argumentation.1. As noted above, you are expected to use details and quotes from the work to sustain/support your argumentation. And, of course, you must use quotation marks and in-text citations when quoting from the novel. Make sure you include page numbers in your in-text citations regardless of whether you are quoting or paraphrasing.2. You must include a Works Cited (MLA) or References (APA) entry at the end of your initial submission (not required for the student responses) to cite the primary source you are using (i.e., The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf).3. You are not to conduct any external research as you are being assessed on your critical thinking, not on your ability to repeat what others have to say. I repeat (in caps…please excuse the shouting): I DON’T WANT YOU DOING EXTERNAL RESEARCH FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT! Nothing. Nada. Nil. Zilch. Zero. I want you to think about this material yourself and make the argument(s) accordingly.Nevertheless, some of you are going to be tempted to ignore my “no research” instruction and do research anyway. If you do research and use that research in your posting, then you must provide in-text citations (including page numbers) around material you are paraphrasing and/or quoting. This is to ensure I know when I’m reading someone else’s thoughts/words. And, of course, you must include the secondary material in the Works Cited (MLA)/References (APA) entry. If you do not cite this material then it is a violation of Seneca College’s Academic Integrity Policy and you will be penalized accordingly.My strong suggestion when it comes to research? Well, it’s in bold but I’ll repeat it: I DON’T WANT YOU DOING EXTERNAL RESEARCH FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT! If you just stick to your ideas and our argumentation then you are in safe(er) territory.