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Write a reflection essay based on the following prompt: Sor Juana was a complex

Write a reflection essay based on the following prompt: Sor Juana was a complex figure: a woman in a patriarchal society, a court favorite, a nun who once fired her confessor. Find passages from Sor Juana’s work that help explain or illuminate her cultural power. What do these passages suggest about the woman, her world, and her enduring legacy? 250+ words (not including direct quotations)

This is a short essay that compares a common theme or motif in two works of lite

This is a short essay that compares a common theme or motif in two works of literature. Choose two works of literature that we have studied so far in this course. At least one of these works must be from Unit 3 or 4. Choose a common theme, topic, or motif in these two works. Your essay should explore the following:
Similarities and differences between how the two works treat your theme, topic, or motif.
The significance of your theme, topic, or motif.
The main point you want to make about the theme, topic, or motif—in other words, an argumentative thesis statement.
Details from the literary works that support your thesis statement.
This essay should follow the basic introduction, body, conclusion structure learned in College Composition. Your essay should be at least 500 words long. Exclusion: For this essay, you may not compare two of Sor Juana’s works to each other.

English 110 Essay 4: Interpretation of the Novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God

English 110 Essay 4: Interpretation of the Novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God
Due dates: see Canvas
BACKGROUND: As we read in “The Compelling Ambivalence of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God,” literary scholar, William M. Ramsey, points out the contradictions, tensions, and ambivalence in the novel with regard to class, feminism, and race and highlights the fact that different people interpret the novel in “dramatically opposing ways.”
TASK: Where do you stand? Choose one of the following topics for essay 4.
To develop your thesis, I encourage you to review our class notes: weigh the evidence and counter-evidence and decide where you stand. It can be somewhere in the middle, but you should take a clear stance. (More advice on thesis statements below.)
1. How do you interpret Janie? To what extent do you agree with scholar Trudier Harris regarding Janie? Is she a “pre-feminist,” with agency, or ultimately a conformist who submits to traditional gender roles? Be sure to take into account the entire novel, and grapple with the contradictions and ambivalence presented in the novel. Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
2. How do you interpret Tea Cake? Is he a “good” man or not? Is his influence on Janie positive or negative? What is his function/purpose in the novel? How different is he from the other men? Be sure to take into account the entire novel, and grapple with the contradictions and ambivalence presented in the novel. Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
3. How do you interpret Hurston’s treatment of economic or social class? What does she suggest about social class or the values of middle and laboring classes through the novel? What message do you think she is trying to convey? Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
4. How do you interpret Hurston’s treatment of race and racism in the novel from the vantage point of a modern Critical Race Theory lens? As we have read, the 1937 reviews by Richard Wright and others which argued that her novel does not effectively speak to issues of race and racism have been contested. What do you think the novel reveals about the psychological impacts of racism on society and/or on individuals? How does it reflect the experiences of victims of racism? To what extent does the work resist or subvert white supremacist ideology? Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
5. Considering that the novel is solely about African-American characters, how does the work illustrate ideas of intersectionality: that an individual’s experience is not based solely on their racial identifications, but also other social identities such as gender or class? Analyze how Hurston illustrates the complexity of identities and experiences with a comparison of 2 or more characters through a Critical Race Theory lens that examines intersectionality. For example, compare Nanny and Janie, analyzing how their social positions and/or age impacts their experiences, behavior and attitudes. Or compare Joe and Janie: how does gender complicate their experiences, behavior, and attitudes? Or Tea Cake and Joe: how do their different socioeconomic positions impact their experiences, behavior, and attitudes? Be sure to develop a specific arguable claim that focuses your essay and allows you to make a logical comparison that examines intersectionality.
REQUIREMENTS:
Develop a thesis that addresses the question posed in the essay topic you chose and offers your unique and clearly stated interpretation of the novel in response to that question. To develop your thesis, I encourage you to review our class notes: weigh the evidence and counter-evidence and decide where you stand. It can be somewhere in the middle, but you should take a clear stance. Thesis statements such as: On the one hand, Tea Cake is a good guy, but on the other hand he is a bad guy. are not very interesting or clear. You might consider the templates for concession as a way to phrase a thesis that offers a nuanced interpretation (one that is not strictly black or white.)
Support (defend) your thesis with well-chosen textual illustrations and provide plenty of explanation and close analysis which makes clear to your reader how your illustrations lead you to your individual interpretation. Effective argument of your interpretation means addressing the counter-evidence (See my resource on “Naysayers and Concession”). This means engaging with the contradictions, not ignoring them.
Plagiarism is unacceptable and will result in an F. Develop your own ideas. If you use secondary sources (anything besides the novel itself), cite them.

English 110 Essay 4: Interpretation of the Novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God

English 110 Essay 4: Interpretation of the Novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God
Due dates: see Canvas
BACKGROUND: As we read in “The Compelling Ambivalence of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God,” literary scholar, William M. Ramsey, points out the contradictions, tensions, and ambivalence in the novel with regard to class, feminism, and race and highlights the fact that different people interpret the novel in “dramatically opposing ways.”
TASK: Where do you stand? Choose one of the following topics for essay 4.
To develop your thesis, I encourage you to review our class notes: weigh the evidence and counter-evidence and decide where you stand. It can be somewhere in the middle, but you should take a clear stance. (More advice on thesis statements below.)
1. How do you interpret Janie? To what extent do you agree with scholar Trudier Harris regarding Janie? Is she a “pre-feminist,” with agency, or ultimately a conformist who submits to traditional gender roles? Be sure to take into account the entire novel, and grapple with the contradictions and ambivalence presented in the novel. Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
2. How do you interpret Tea Cake? Is he a “good” man or not? Is his influence on Janie positive or negative? What is his function/purpose in the novel? How different is he from the other men? Be sure to take into account the entire novel, and grapple with the contradictions and ambivalence presented in the novel. Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
3. How do you interpret Hurston’s treatment of economic or social class? What does she suggest about social class or the values of middle and laboring classes through the novel? What message do you think she is trying to convey? Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
4. How do you interpret Hurston’s treatment of race and racism in the novel from the vantage point of a modern Critical Race Theory lens? As we have read, the 1937 reviews by Richard Wright and others which argued that her novel does not effectively speak to issues of race and racism have been contested. What do you think the novel reveals about the psychological impacts of racism on society and/or on individuals? How does it reflect the experiences of victims of racism? To what extent does the work resist or subvert white supremacist ideology? Your thesis may reflect a nuanced interpretation that is neither black nor white.
REQUIREMENTS:
Develop a thesis that addresses the question posed in the essay topic you chose and offers your unique and clearly stated interpretation of the novel in response to that question. To develop your thesis, I encourage you to review our class notes: weigh the evidence and counter-evidence and decide where you stand. It can be somewhere in the middle, but you should take a clear stance. Thesis statements such as: On the one hand, Tea Cake is a good guy, but on the other hand he is a bad guy. are not very interesting or clear. You might consider the templates for concession as a way to phrase a thesis that offers a nuanced interpretation (one that is not strictly black or white.)
Support (defend) your thesis with well-chosen textual illustrations and provide plenty of explanation and close analysis which makes clear to your reader how your illustrations lead you to your individual interpretation. Effective argument of your interpretation means addressing the counter-evidence (See my resource on “Naysayers and Concession”). This means engaging with the contradictions, not ignoring them.
Use enough textual evidence to demonstrate that you are fully analyzing the text and have carefully read the entire novel. That will likely mean at least 2 pieces of evidence in each body paragraph.
Use focused (PIE) paragraphs, effective quote integration, and strong organization to make a coherent and compelling argument about the novel that demonstrates careful and close reading of the entire novel. (Refer to my resources.)

Purpose of the Assignment To demonstrate understanding of how to support an argu

Purpose of the Assignment
To demonstrate understanding of how to support an argument/claim
To demonstrate how to use sources in meaningful ways
To demonstrate what it means to think critically?
Task
Using the annotation document example below, find at least 6 sources you may use in your case study essay 4. Follow the instructions outlined in the video. You can create your document in Word or Goggle but you must submit the document as a Word document, not Google doc because Blackboard can read Google docs.
Case Study Options:
Review the following case studies from the text book and select one for your analysis and argument Essay #4. REMEMBER, YOU ARE NOT ARGUING ABOUT THE GENERAL TOPIC BUT THE “TASK” IDENTIFIED IN EACH CASE STUDY. IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT YOU THINK, FEEL, BELIEVE ABOUT THE TOPIC, JUST WHAT EVIDENCE YOU PRESENT AS IT RELATES TO THE CASE ITSELF.
Violence and Video Games – page 167
Student Health Care – page 173
Privacy and the Internet – page 179
Student Loan Dept – page 207
Campus Speech Codes – page 199
Format Guidelines
Submit your final draft as a .doc or .docx file. REMEMBER, all Triton students can download Microsoft Office for free. Reminder, for final draft essay assignments, I need the documents as Word files, not PDF or other format.
Use traditional MLA essay structure (use the MLA essay template in Microsoft Word). Use the default settings on your word processing program (“normal” margins,12-point font, Calibri or Times New Roman). Double-space your essay and include page numbers and headers. (see sample MLA information or review the following).
Cite all your resources from the readings.
Submitted the annotated bibliograph as a .doc or .docx file.
Save/name your assignment as LastName#4 to expedite grading.
Submission Guidelines
Submit your final essay draft document to this drop box by clicking the link above.
Be sure to select the check box for the Plagiarism Tools.
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In the short story The Flowers, the narrator describes a dramatic experience. Re

In the short story The Flowers, the narrator describes a dramatic experience. Read the story carefully. Then, in a well-organized essay, show how Walker conveys the meaning of the story and how she prepares the reader for the ending. Consider the techniques such as symbol, setting, diction, style and imagery.
Please i want the essay to be just as whta’s written nothing more or less ( I have uploaded a file about the the essay instruction, please follow as said).
strong thesis statement
Times New Roman
Size 12
No Plagerism
Use of words should be simple and clear

I am in Nursing school taking english literacy. It was open topic about any ethi

I am in Nursing school taking english literacy. It was open topic about any ethical issues related to nursing (or health industry) and I picked ethical issues in Physician assisted suicide. I could include my personal opinion to the topic(either support(agree) or not support euthanasia) in the introduction and after research, finish writting bodies, I could include my opinion again in the conclusion. Either I have same opinion or I changed my opinion after research.

U‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍se specific evidence from both Thomas Jefferson pieces. Be

U‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍se specific evidence from both Thomas Jefferson pieces. Be sure to take back the discussion to American Values. Please make sure to use quotes and other important things FROM the d‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ocuments I add, it is required. Please make sure to use EVIDENCE from both and keep it centered to the sources I added. Only use the sources I added please, it has to be about that‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍.

To do list 1. Read the instructions for the proposal 2. Write your APA style res

To do list
1. Read the instructions for the proposal
2. Write your APA style research proposal
3. Read the instructions for creating your survey
4. Create, submit and distribute your field research survey
Proposal for Research Paper
(200 word minimum)
Purpose: the goal of your proposal is to request approval for a topic that merits scholarly research and to explain why the issue is significant, why it merits research, and what you hope to find out. However, the topic of your research paper will be limited to an issue within the umbrella of reducing gender or racial inequality in the US.
Examples of issues within the topic of reducing gender or racial inequality in the US:
• The lack of women in STEM fields
• The gender pay gap
• Gender discrimination in the workforce
• The glass ceiling and the lack of women in leadership roles
• Issues of climate change and communities of color
• Police reform and police brutality
• Food Justice and food deserts in communities of color
• Issues in mental health and communities of color
• Black men and the Prison-industrial Complex
There are many more issues within the topic of reducing gender or racial inequality in the US that you can write about. The point is to have a focused topic by selecting an issues within the topic. As you move on to write research papers in higher education will not that the paper topics you write about will need to be narrowed. To do this you should choose issues within a given topic, rather than a general topic. For your paper you will focus on a specific issue within reducing gender or racial inequality in the US.
Grading Rubric:
Student selects a specific issue within the topic and explains why the issue is significant
30pts
Student explains how and who is being affected by issue and why there is a need to take action to reduce the inequality
40pts
Student ends with a research question
10pts
Student meets word count and follows APA style
10pts
Student writes clearly and free of major grammatical errors
10pts
Field Research Survey
Field Research Survey
Your task is to complete field research in the form of a 5-6 question survey that you will distribute to at least 5 people (preferably of various ages, genders, and ethnicity). You will use the Google forms or another Free survey generator application and send out the link to be filled out by people in your community, or even your social media friends. You should explain to the participants that you will not record their names or personal identification and that you will share their answers with the class. You must ask a couple of questions about demographics. For example, 1) In what age range do you fall under? 18-25, 26-33, 34-40, 41-47, 48-55, older than 55. And, 2) Fill in the blank: what gender and ethnicity do you identify as? You also need to ask 3-4 questions about your research issue to understand your audience’s opinion and knowledge of the issue. These questions should be a combination of open and closed form questions. An example of an open form question is one that asks participants to explain what they think about something. An example of a closed form question is one that leads to a yes/no answer or a limited amount of responses, such as a multiple-choice question. For example, on a scale of 1-10 how likely are you…For example, Are you aware of X, yes or no?

Details: 1500-2000 words; TNR 12-point font; double spaced; MLA style; research

Details: 1500-2000 words; TNR 12-point font; double spaced; MLA style; research required (minimum of two scholarly sources)
Description: Write a research paper in which you investigate and evaluate the theories of two writers that we have studied this term. Remember that your paper must present an argument—not just a summary of different theorists’ ideas on a single topic.
Topics:
(Please feel free to develop your own topic; if you choose to do so, see me in advance to discuss your idea.)
1) Several of the theorists we have studied this term discuss the role and function of the author in literature. Write an essay in which you compare/contrast the work of two theorists who address the role/function ofthe author. How do they define the author? What is the relationship between the author and the text? The author and his/her context? The author and the reader/criticism? What is their overall purpose for defining/redefining the role/position of the author? With whom do you agree/disagree and why?