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Prompt: Consider the development of science and technology and human beings’ und

Prompt:
Consider the development of science and technology and human beings’ understanding of them from the beginning of the course (1620) through the end (1865). Then consider the information provided in Deb Burgauer’s article. How did “Americans’” view of the world as related to science and technology develop and change? In what ways might that change have been positive? Negative? Do you see a connection to your own worldview as it relates to science and technology in the 21st Century?
Use the four sources listed to answer the prompt:
– “Rappaccini’s Daughter,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
– “Reading Hawthorne’s “Rappaccini’s Daughter” – With Envy and Suspicion,” by Deb Burgauer
– “Sonnet-To Science,” by Edgar Allan Poe
– “Rip Van Winkle” by Washington Irving
– DO NOT USE ANY OTHER SOURCES
– 3 of the four soucres are found in the Norton Anthology of American Literature textbook. Use the file “Norton Anthology Article Locations,” to find the page numbers for the bibliography and page numbers for the pdf file.
The first time you cite an author, you use his/her full name and the title of the work being cited. Ex: As indicated by Kimberly Latta, in the article “’Such is My Bond”…
Subsequent references to a source use the author’s last name only. Ex: Latta further states… (Morgan 2)
I need the essay written in the first person. MLA format is required, including title, citing sources, and a works cited. OWL Purdue is what the formatting requirement is based on. I also need some of the “Academic Moves” templates to be used in the essay. All four sources must be used in order to answer the promt. Please explain how they answer the promt and do not summarize the story lines. Please review the files I have uploaded for further information on instruction and formatting. If you have any questions feel free to ask. Thank you.

Authors andStories you’re suppose to read and write a paragraph on. * Kate Chopi

Authors andStories you’re suppose to read and write a paragraph on.
* Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour”
* Gloria Anzaldua’s “Una Lucha de Fronteras / A Struggle of Borders,” “La Encrucijada / The Crossroads,” “Que No Se Nos Olviden Los Hombres,” and “El Retorno
* Tracy K. Smith’s From “My God it is Full of Stars” and “The Universe: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”
* Charlotte Perkins Gillman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” and “Why I Wrote the Yellow Wallpaper.”
The last paragraph will be on this video

For this assignment, you are to REACT to the assigned writings of each of the four authors from this module as well as the assigned video on Women’s Suffrage in a five-paragraph reaction paper. You should write one paragraph on your reaction to the readings of each of the four authors and finish with a fifth paragraph that describes your reaction to the video in relation to the writings from this module. The authors you should be writing about include Kate Chopin, Gloria Anzaldua, Tracy K. Smith, and Charlotte Perkins Gillman.
This is a response, so I am looking for your reactions to the texts and video and not just a summary of what you read and watched.
In your paragraphs, you should react to the assigned reading by answering the following questions:
1. What stood out to you the most in the text?
2. What was the main theme of the text?
3. How does the text create a mental image of America during the historical time period in which it was written?
For this paper, you will not need to write an introduction or conclusion paragraph, but you should use transitional phrases in your paragraphs so that the five paragraphs flow well, and your response paper will need a title (be original).
Type this response paper as a word document in doc or docx; you may submit an rtf file if absolutely necessary.

Please choose one of readings to analyze. – Frankenstein – Mary Wollstonecraft (

Please choose one of readings to analyze.
– Frankenstein – Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley
– The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass – Frederick Douglas
– The Tale of Kieu – Nguyen Du
– Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
Basically what you want to do with this essay is explore a work or works. Write about what excited you about the works and/or you book of choice.
Some ideas:
One way to do this would be to compare and contrast one of the readings with a contemporary work of fiction or nonfiction. Any of the books and stories we have looked at can be used. We saw an example with Pygmalion last week. If we were to take Pygmalion into even more contemporary works, we could find the story in the newer play “The Shape of Things.” In that story, Pygmalion/Higgins is a woman, and the “statue’ is a man with poor self image. How do the changes in a story change according to the time, place, etc.?
Another way would be to look at a character through the lens of a hero’s journey.
Some other ideas: How does the historical affect the contemporary? Where does it diverge? How does a story change according to culture or time? Why is the book or work you chose one that has been adapted today?
At least 3200 words (not including the work cited in this count).

PROMPT #3: Iago schemes, manipulates, and betrays others throughout the play; hi

PROMPT #3: Iago schemes, manipulates, and betrays others throughout the play; his evil even seems to grow as the narrative progresses. While he claims at first to intend to “follow [Othello] to serve my turn upon him” (1.1.40), his goal(s) often seem to shift from scene to scene. What does Shakespeare suggest is Iago’s (single) primary motivation?
(TAKE A POSITION: Shakespeare suggests that Iago…)
5 paragraphs in total
STRUCTURE:
Introduction: (Funnel Introduction)
Body Paragraph #1 including multple quotes leadings analysis
Body Paragraph #2 including multple quotes
Body Paragraph #3 including multple quotes
Conclusion

Explore the changes of a story/theme/character in any of the readings from class

Explore the changes of a story/theme/character in any of the readings from class, including the book you chose at the beginning of class.
Some ideas:
One way to do this would be to compare and contrast one of the readings with a contemporary work of fiction or nonfiction. Any of the books and stories we have looked at can be used. We saw an example with Pygmalion last week. If we were to take Pygmalion into even more contemporary works, we could find the story in the newer play “The Shape of Things.” In that story, Pygmalion/Higgins is a woman, and the “statue’ is a man with poor self image. How do the changes in a story change according to the time, place, etc.? If it the book you read, you can compare it to any other work.
Another way would be to look at a character through the lens of a hero’s journey.
Some other ideas: How does the historical affect the contemporary? Where does it diverge? How does a story change according to culture or time? Why is the book or work you chose one that has been adapted today?
So many other possibilities!
Basically what you want to do with this essay is explore a work or works. Write about what excited you about the works and/or you book of choice.

The topics include but are not limited to recent state elections, Texas Supreme

The topics include but are not limited to recent state elections, Texas Supreme Court cases and decisions, recent bills, civil rights movements, and others.
Students are expected to provide a thorough history and implications of the chosen event. Students must use a minimum of 3 legitimate outside sources for each paper and cite them in APA or MLA format.

You will write a comparison / contrast essay regards to two poems. Focus paper

You will write a comparison / contrast essay regards to two poems. Focus paper on a specific topic linking the poems.you must include at least two quotations from each poem.use proper MLA style for integrating quotations into essay and for the overall format of paper.
You should begin essay by trying to engage yreader’s interest in the topic selected. You should end first paragraph with a strong, specific thesis indicating essay’s overall purpose.
“To His Excellency General Washington”
“The Death of Lincoln”
I have provided a file with both poems.

Write a one (1) page paper with a clear thesis, supporting body paragraphs, and

Write a one (1) page paper with a clear thesis, supporting body paragraphs, and a clear conclusion that supports the idea that Kurtz is the hero/protagonist of the story (even if you disagree with that assertion). Make sure that you include the signal phrase (title of text and full name of author) in your opening paragraph, and that you directly reference the text with at least one quote, properly formatted for MLA.
___________________________________________________________________________________
DRAW SPECIFICALLY FROM THE TEXT. (Joseph Conrad’s The Heart of Darkness) DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. DO NOT REFERENCE OUTSIDE SOURCES (Google, Wikipedia, student guides, encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc.) FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT.
USE STANDARD MLA HEADING (see MLA Style Sheet under “Class Information”), CREATE YOUR OWN TITLE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT, AND DOUBLE-SPACE ALL WRITING.

Explore the changes of a story/theme/character in any of the readings from class

Explore the changes of a story/theme/character in any of the readings from class, including the book you chose at the beginning of class.
Some ideas:
One way to do this would be to compare and contrast one of the readings with a contemporary work of fiction or nonfiction. Any of the books and stories we have looked at can be used. We saw an example with Pygmalion last week. If we were to take Pygmalion into even more contemporary works, we could find the story in the newer play “The Shape of Things.” In that story, Pygmalion/Higgins is a woman, and the “statue’ is a man with poor self image. How do the changes in a story change according to the time, place, etc.? If it the book you read, you can compare it to any other work.
Another way would be to look at a character through the lens of a hero’s journey.
Some other ideas: How does the historical affect the contemporary? Where does it diverge? How does a story change according to culture or time? Why is the book or work you chose one that has been adapted today?
So many other possibilities!
Basically what you want to do with this essay is explore a work or works. Write about what excited you about the works and/or you book of choice.

Homer Barron has been found dead in Miss Emily Grierson’s home. Miss Emily is ac

Homer Barron has been found dead in Miss Emily Grierson’s home. Miss Emily is accused of killing Homer. You will have to pretend that Homer Barron’s body was found before Emily’s death. In a closing argument, you present the facts of the case that support your position. This is the last chance a lawyer has to address the jury to sway (persuade) them to their way of thinking.
You may watch closing arguments from episodes of “Law & Order” or some other TV show for an example. However, you should follow the instructions of the assignment.
Decide if you will be defending Miss Emily (defense attorney) or prosecuting Miss Emily (prosecuting attorney) for the crime.
The assignment has two parts. Part 1: Witness Questions & Answers | Part 2: Closing Argument
Witness Questions & Answers
Create questions for witnesses (3-5 questions total).
Identify who is being asked the question and make up the answer based on information from the story. (The questions may help you in the development of the closing argument. )
Make sure that the answers are in complete sentences.
Place the questions at the end of the closing argument (after the Works Cited page on a separate sheet).
Note: Although this is part one (1), it goes at the end of your document. It should not have an MLA heading.
Closing Argument
If you are the defense attorney, you will create a closing argument that tries to persuade the jury that Miss Emily Grierson is not guilty of murdering Homer Barron. If you are arguing innocence, include a justification. (Emily is not guilty because………)
If you are the prosecuting attorney, you will create a closing statement that tries to persuade the jury that Miss Emily Grierson is guilty of murdering Homer Barron. If you are arguing guilt, include an explanation of why Emily is not justified in her act ( Emily Grierson is guilty of murdering Homer Barron because……).
The closing argument must be at least a page and a half, made up of paragraphs that are six to eight sentences long, double-spaced, 12pt. Times New Roman font. You must use at least three examples from the story that will back up your argument. At least one of those examples must be a direct quotation with analysis (explanation).
Note:
Do not use the label “Part 2” on your closing argument.
Use proper MLA documentation and formatting (heading, page numbers, parenthetical citations, Works Cited page, etc.)
No personal pronouns
Proofread to avoid writing convention errors
Be sure your paragraphs are written in your own words and are not copied/pasted/plagiarized information.