A thesis might be about some trends in the use of images in the work or about parallels with the author's own life.
A creative thesis is a good start, but beware of trying to make a work of art say something, which the author couldn't have possibly intended.
Teachers assign response essays to see what you think about a specific written piece and check your ability to express your points and give responses coherently. Instructors may ask you to submit your reaction to a specific text and its writer’s intention, topic, or story. Place the literary piece you’re reading in a historical context, identify existing social norms or morals, and keep its epoch in mind.
That will allow you to expand on your story from there once you have the reader's attention.
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