Choose one topic from the choices below and compose a 500-700 word essay, including three credible and cited sources:Why does Karen choose to see herself as a monster? What does this choice tell the reader about her environment, her “teendom”, or her self-esteem?Compare the character of Karen to another fictional character from literature, television, or movies.Analyze the character of Anka. From the novel’s beginning, her death is the mystery that drives the plot. What are key qualities, her flaws, and how does Ferris clue us into Anka through the colors, lines, and shadings used to portray her visually?The primary metaphor used in the novel is the monster. Karen differentiates between “good” and “bad” monsters. Apply this idea to so-called “monsters” in the real world. Who are the monsters, and which ones are better or worse and why?Free Choice: Develop your own essay topic and thesis based on My Favorite Thing Is Monsters.