Research Paper The purpose of this assignment is to help you use writing to deepen your understanding of a play (or plays) that we have read, to develop empathy for a character, and to provide the opportunity for you to explore further some ideas discussed in class. Your goal is to demonstrate connections between various elements in a play (or plays); for example, characters, setting, themes, etc. Your ideas need to be expressed in a clear thesis statement, and supported with a lively, well-developed and organized discussion using relevant textual examples. The thesis must be submitted to me for approval prior to the paper itself. You must focus your research on a play (or plays) that we’ve examined in class this semester.PLAY NAME: “TRIFLES” BY SUSAN GLASPELLRequirements: Length: 10-12 pages, typed, double-spaced, 12-point standard font (Times New Roman) Format: APA Due date: See syllabus The title page should have “Running Head:” and an abbreviated Title flush left and the Page Number flush right. Center the complete Title, Your name, and Lynn University in the upper half of the title page. There will be serious consequences for any paper that is plagiarized, as determined by the Vice President of Academic Affairs, ranging from receiving zero points on the paper to a failing grade in the course. You must cite at least five (5) outside sources as well as sufficient examples from the plays themselves to support your thesis. Use peer-reviewed journal articles or established media sources (e.g., The New York Times) Proofread and revise/edit your work. Writing mechanics (grammar, punctuation, diction etc.) will certainly be considered in determining the final grade. Be specific: avoid relying on broad, general statements. You should contact me early during your research to make sure you are on the right track and to review your progress. The paper must be submitted to Livetext and a hard copy given to me on the due date. Your grade may be reduced if the paper is submitted after the due date.