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Prompt: Write a critical essay about one of the texts that we have studied toget

Prompt: Write a critical essay about one of the texts that we have studied together this semester, using at least two secondary sources to comment on it. One of your secondary sources should be an article that we’ve read together as a class; the other should be a high-quality critical, theoretical, or social/historical text of your choice (which can be a second reading from our class, or something you have found elsewhere). Rosenwasser and Stephen remind us that in academic…

Analyze the theme of loneliness in the novel “Frankenstein “-This is, in many wa

Analyze the theme of loneliness in the novel "Frankenstein "-This is, in many ways, a typical literature paper: pick a text that seems to present you with a ‘problem’ or question. Your thesis will derive from your attempts at resolution. -Before you resolve your question, see what at least one published literary critic has said about the poem and its problem/s. -Your paper should integrate (with proper MLA citation) the criticism you’ve read and respond to it (as well as…

This is my Higher level essay for IB language and literature. This essay will ex

This is my Higher level essay for IB language and literature. This essay will examine the question, How the author have the Flan and Ouisa viewing Paul (racial issues), effect the audience understanding and leading the audience to a certain understanding or the authors original purpose. The works is called Six Degrees of Separation is a play, but we analyzed the printed play. The higher level essay discuss 1 of 7 topics, mine will be perspective and I can send…

I am in need of an essay on Shakespeares Twelfth Night play that responds to the

I am in need of an essay on Shakespeares Twelfth Night play that responds to the following writing prompt: Love, romance, and desire are central to Twelfth Night. Does Shakespeare take a consistent view on these issues of the heart? If so, craft an argument in which you prove Shakespeare’s consistency. If not, are there other ways to view these issues? Is one type of love/romance/desire privileged over another? Does love/romance/desire function differently depending on which world a character inhabits,…

This essay is based on the plays A Doll House, Fences, and A Raisin in the Sun.

This essay is based on the plays A Doll House, Fences, and A Raisin in the Sun. The goal of this assignment is to identify a rich, thematic parallelism/similarity across the three plays, using specific evidence from all three plays to support your claims. Your thesis should assert what that thematic parallelism/similarity is, and the rest of your essay will support this thesis. Consider what the central conflicts are in the plays, what the plays as a whole seem to…

Word Count: 1000-1250 words This essay will is about our examination of the diff

Word Count: 1000-1250 words This essay will is about our examination of the different games that form the core of BEOWULF's narrative. In order to complete this project, I need to relate the KEY components found in a chosen section of BEOWULF to certain concepts that are introduced about game play, game design, and game learning in FOUR of the essays I have read and discussed this semester.(I will link the articles) You can organize this essay in one of…

Develop a well-detailed essay of 4-5 paragraphs. CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PRO

Develop a well-detailed essay of 4-5 paragraphs. CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PROMPTS: PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHICH PROMPT YOU CHOOSE! 1. Trickery and magic figure largely in Popul Vuh and Sundiata. In many of our epics, our epic heroes succeed with more than "brute strength." They use their brains and sometimes magical weapons to succeed. Compare and contrast the use of trickery and magic in Popul Vuh to the use of trickery and/or magic in Sundiata. How do they…

In the chapter “Of Spiritual Strivings” of The Souls of Black Folk, W.E.B. DuBoi

In the chapter "Of Spiritual Strivings" of The Souls of Black Folk, W.E.B. DuBois describes double-consciousness as a notion of two-ness, of the black American looking at themselves through a veil, seeing themselves through the eyes of another. DuBois writes It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity. One ever…

Write a 1200-word essay that states and supports (with research) your position o

Write a 1200-word essay that states and supports (with research) your position on the topic of the influence of user reviews. Complete Draft due: Sunday, November 22 by 11 pm. *A strong draft will be full length and respond to the criteria described below and explained in this week's lecture. Drafts are works in progress, of course, but they should demonstrate full responsiveness to the class materials and a class week's worth of effort.* Final, Revised Version due: Sunday, December…

Focusing on a particular issue or theme addressed by two of the readings in the

Focusing on a particular issue or theme addressed by two of the readings in the same thematic category in Reading and Writing for College Success, compare and contrast how the two readings address the similar theme. the two readings I chose are: "A Better Message" by Anderson, and "Aiming for Success" by Olasky. Write about the themes, strategies, support, purpose, and audience as well as how effective each reading is.