Length: 750 words maximum – Include word count!Essay should be typed and double-spaced. Cite all quotations and paraphrases. Writing is NOT a series of continuous quotations. Make it clear to the reader (instructor) that you read the text carefully. Write a thesis statement (central argument) in your introduction, then develop the thesis and provide historical evidence (body of the text), and end with a closing paragraph.Do not forget that historical writing uses formal language rather than conversational language and slang.Use Chicago Manual of Style. Example, Footnotes or End notes:Mariano Azuela, The Underdogs with Related Texts (Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Publishing Company, 2006), 71.Based on the fictional narrative by Mariano Azuela:Place the analysis in the historical time of the story and examine at least three characters by focusing on the dialogues and viewpoints expressed by the rebels in the “fictional narrative” of the Mexican Revolution; include Demetrio Macias and two other characters (e.g., Luis Solis, Luis Cervantes, Venancio, and Valderrama).Hint: Select Demetrio Macias (main character) and two other characters as they relate their experiences during the most violent years (between 1913 and 1915) of the revolution.