I have to writing a thesis statement for the story "Neighbors"; could you point me in the right direction? Currently, I'm thinking of saying something like self-reflection. But according to my teacher that is a topic, and we're not supposed to have a topic in the thesis statement.
Self-reflection is definitely a relevant topic for this story! To construct a thesis based off of this topic, try to make a unique, defensible argument about the role of self-reflection. For example, you could claim that the recurring image of the mirror helps Carver make a certain point about the causes or power of self-reflection.
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