So, on top of everything else, you've now been set a literary paper to write. You may be feeling overwhelmed with the sheer amount of work you are expected to do- but, hey, no one ever said education was easy! So don't worry and remember that there is always help available; calm down, take a deep breath and you can prepare yourself for writing the very best literary paper in the world!
Before you start researching and writing, it is always a good idea to study other examples of literary papers that have been expertly proofread. There an abundance of these freely available for you to peruse. If you don't know where to find them, here are some helpful ideas:
You can find plenty of literary essay samples online. There are many sites that offer various theses for free; and it's always worth looking on educational, renowned and reputable websites. Make sure you are using high graded papers as your examples though- after all, there is no point in using a bad essay as your template! It's an excellent proofread sample that you need!
Your campus library will have an abundance of past student papers. If you don't know where to locate these, then just ask your librarian- they are bound to know! It's likely that there will be both paper and digital copies, so make sure you know how to gain access to all examples available.
Perhaps you are after more renowned examples- literary papers written by known writers. Again, you may be able to find these online or at your campus library, but it is also always worth searching at your local public library and in literary magazines.
If you are still having trouble, then don't be afraid to ask!
Your fellow students may be able to point you in the right direction; or if you are sat at home, trying to locate the right example online and yet can't quite find it, then you could always visit a social media education platform where you could discuss the issue with other students online.
Or perhaps your parents might be able to help! You won't know if you don't ask! Failing that, you can always ask your teacher; there's no need to feel awkward or embarrassed at doing so, for they will be only too pleased to help.