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.