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Please read:from Elsie Spicer Eells, Fairy Tales from Brazil (http://www.gutenbe

Please read:from Elsie Spicer Eells, Fairy Tales from Brazil (http://www.gutenberg.org/files/24714/24714-h/24714-h.htm)Audio (https://librivox.org/fairy-tales-from-brazil-by-elsie-spicer-eells/)These stories:“How Night Came” “How Monkey Became a Trickster” “Why Bananas Belong to the Monkey” “How Black Became White” “Why the Sea Moans Brazilian FolktalesThe story of Saci Perere () The Story of Mani (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man%C3%AD_(Amazonian_legend)) “The Wings of the Butterfly” (http://www.aaronshep.com/stories/030.html) “Turtle’s Flute” () “Jabuti the Tortoise” These are the words, but not the illustrations, from Gerald McDermott’s version of this story. There is some evidence that this is the…

Write a thesis-driven essay exploring the central messages in these versions of

Write a thesis-driven essay exploring the central messages in these versions of the fairy tale Little Red Hood. You should: Analyze what you have learned about fairy tales, their significance and how they have changed over time. Analyze the central similarities and differences in terms of plot, characterization, theme and imagery and what these mean. Reflect on the insights you have had about how your personal experience(s) has shaped your understanding (s) and appreciation of particular elements and/or versions of…

This is for a world mythologies course. It is an evaluation of the character who

This is for a world mythologies course. It is an evaluation of the character who’s disturbing story if immortalized in Euripides’s tragic drama Medea. Discuss the assessment of Medea- her murderous activities and the motivation for these- using one or both texts relating to Medeas story (letter from Medea to Jason) remember to include specific examples and evidence from the texts you discuss to support your claim.

Response – “Through the Woods” by Emily Carroll- Chapters need to be covered : “

Response – “Through the Woods” by Emily Carroll- Chapters need to be covered : “Our Neighbor’s House,” “His Face all Red” , “A Lady’s Hands are Cold” &“The Nesting Place”- Length ~270 words - No plagiarism- $8 + TIPS- A Response Paragraph is a opportunity to respond personally (and informally - please use the first-person "I" perspective) to a particular text. Your response can be emotional (you might, for example, tell me how the text, or an aspect of it,…

File with instructions is below: Compare and contrast The Bhagavad-Gita to The L

File with instructions is below: Compare and contrast The Bhagavad-Gita to The Lunchbox. Choose one of the following prompts: 1. Compare divine intervention (literal or metaphoric) in The Bhagavad-Gita and The Lunchbox. Use examples from the texts to support your argument. 2. Why does Arjuna engage in self-loathing in The Bhagavad-Gita and what is Krishna’s response? Compare this conflict to similar events in The Lunchbox. Use examples from the texts to support your argument.

ou will compare two of our course texts’ ideas about bodies. While everything we

ou will compare two of our course texts’ ideas about bodies. While everything we’ve read touches on the motif of a “body” in some way, I want you to link two texts that make similar or constructively contrasted statements about bodies. You could look at our course unit titles and weekly topic titles for inspiration. For example, you might find two texts that deal with the policies/rules linked to particular bodies, two texts that explore the consequences of different embodiments…

Watch the film chosen, research about the production, relate it to what we’ve re

Watch the film chosen, research about the production, relate it to what we’ve read in class about literature; themes of gender, class, racial tension, genre tropes, coming-of-age narratives. You must also identify the characteristics of literature: conflict / tension / resolution, POV, setting, etc. 5 sources (1 being the film itself) minimum; if an adaptation: what is it based on, who is the author, publication year, and changes to the source material. You’re required to write through a literary lens…

Read the essay that is provided in the file, and below is the essay question and

Read the essay that is provided in the file, and below is the essay question and the two text it is based on. than read the comments that have been provided on the essay and rewrite to better depict the essay question using the two text i stated to answer the question essay question; Gwen Sharpe states that ‘[f]emininity is depicted as weakness, the sapping of strength, yet masculinity is so fragile that apparently even the slightest brush with the…