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AML 2020 – ESSAY 2

Choose A or B.

For your final, 1500 wor

AML 2020 – ESSAY 2

Choose A or B.

For your final, 1500 word, paper, you will choose an author we have discussed in class and research his or her biography. Develop and prove how or why the author’s biography influenced his or her writing. Demonstrate how the economic, social, political or familial world the in which the author lived is reflected in the style, setting, language symbolism, characters and tone of his or her written work. The focus should be on the work and showing how this biographical material is demonstrated there; just providing a biographical is not adequate for this assignment.
If you choose a playwright, limit yourself to applying the biographical material to the one play we read.

If you choose a short story writer, you must use the story from class but may also apply the biographical material to one or two other stories the author has written.

If you choose a poet, use the poem or poems we read in class but also find other poems by this poet, either in your anthology or in a separate collection, that demonstrate the biographical influence.

As with your first paper, in this paper you are required to do research and to provide correct in-text citations and a work-cited page. Three sources are the minimum required for this assignment.

PART B

The second half of this course focused on Postmodernism and postmodern literature. For your final, 1500 word, paper, choose a postmodern writer we read in class. Read at least three additional texts by this writer, other than the text required for class. Prove how/why your chosen writer is a postmodernist and how his/her works reflect Postmodern ideology. What topics/subjects presented and what techniques used classify the writer as a postmodernist?

I recommend doing Part B

Forum Assignment on Samuel Beckett. Beckett was a major “Theater of the Absurd”

Forum Assignment on Samuel Beckett. Beckett was a major “Theater of the Absurd” playwright, but I thought we could focus on a dramatic monologue rather than one of his plays.
Creative-Critical Thinking assignment: After reviewing Harold Pinter’s short memoir of Samuel Beckett, give close attention to Beckett’s soliloquy-monologue (链接到外部网站。) from Unnameable. Note how it has a sense of desperation, sometimes absurdly comic, sometimes at the emotional edge (sometimes overdone, for hysterical effect). Soliloquy (链接到外部网站。) and dialogue (between characters) are the main character revealing elements in drama. Place yourself in the role of one the central characters in The Burial at Thebes (Antigone), and then write a monologue drawing on what you perceive is the character’s concerns about the way things could turn out and what he or she is trying to do to bring about the most positive outcome. This is an opportunity to use creative-critical thinking by adding your own words into a character as they relate to the actual play. Sharply focus on a specific dialogue. In your creative monologue refer to two-three concepts of ethical and unethical vocabulary of behavior and motivation from the Ethical Reasoning pamphlet (13-36). Provide parenthetical citations from each text. 250-400 words.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Pinter+Beckett

Explain how Gulliver indicates he is a practical man. Use examples of how he res

Explain how Gulliver indicates he is a practical man. Use examples of how he restrains himself and accepts his condition. Using APA format, provide supporting evidence using details and referencing specific line numbers from the reading selection.
Sources – textbook
Use the following APA format to cite your textbook on the reference page:
Swift, J. (n.d.). Gulliver’s Travels. https://www.excelhighschool.com
Literary analysis essay structure:
4-5 paragraph essay structure (an introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion).
Introduction should:
introduce the literary text and author
provide a very brief summary of the text
state the topic/thesis for your essay
Body paragraph(s) should:
provide support and evidence of the topic, citing line numbers
Conclusion should wrap up the essay and reflect back on the topic/t

https://www.cusd200.org/cms/lib/IL01001538/Centricity/Domain/361/oates_going.pdf

https://www.cusd200.org/cms/lib/IL01001538/Centricity/Domain/361/oates_going.pdf
Please read story above
Your Assignment:
1. Click into the Weekly Assignment folder for Week 5 and open the document called “Quotes to use for this week.” You will find a selection of quotes from the short story assigned for this week. Choose TWO quotes.
2. Briefly summarize the meaning of the quote and explain what is happening at this point in the story — very briefly.
3. Break parts of the quote down and discuss these parts. Why is this quote important in the story? For example, here are a few ideas of how quotes can help a story:
a. Sometimes a quote helps to develop the protagonist, or central character, by revealing more about her character or developing her character, showing growth or change
b. A quote might represent one of the elements of plot, such as the climactic moment or the denouement. See the list in the Weekly folder.
c. A quote might build tension or add conflict to the plot that impacts the protagonist
d. A quote can establish setting
e. A quote can reveal how the protagonist gets along with other characters, which tells us a lot about the protagonist’s personality
f. A quote might use figurative language (metaphor, personification, simile, etc.) to emphasize an idea or image.
Add the analysis—-identify why the quote is important but be sure to tell us why.

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ need an abstract from the writer within the next two days.

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ need an abstract from the writer within the next two days. The instructions on how to write the abstract has been uploaded in the system. Please you do not need to start the writing until I return the abstract back to, if is approved by the 1st of December. Please draft 4 different one according to the instructions so that the professor will choose the best, I will also upload 3 different text we read in class so you can use them. Below is the instructions again: Gender, Culture, and Representation 988:202, Fall 2021 FINAL PAPER INFORMATION SHEET Professor: Julie Rajan, [email protected] Your paper must compare 3 fictional texts from the course to address the theme of the course: imperial projections of criminality and terror, madness, etc. The easiest way to go about this is to locate one theme and to then draw a deep comparison among two books using this theme, as you have been doing in your critical papers and as we have done in lectures. You may use the theoretical material used in the course to support your comparative argument, but they cannot constitute one of your 3 main texts. You also cannot use as one of your main texts any fictional text on which you have already presented. Abstract General Requirements: This document requires you to think ahead about your intended‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ paper topic. YOU MUST turn this in for topic approval on the date noted above. I will use this sheet to provide comments on your chosen paper topic. Please attach the approved abstract to your final paper when you hand it in. NOTE: Take abstracts seriously! Failing to turn in your abstract may be detrimental to your grade. This document essentially contains the following information: 1. The Title of your intended paper topic. 2. A Working Thesis: 1-2 sentences summarizing the purpose of your paper. 3. Abstract: 5 lines providing an example or two of your intended analysis using all 3 texts. NOTE: NO OUTSIDE SOURCES ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS PAPER, BUT YOU MAY USE THEM IF YOU WOULD LIKE AS SUPPORTING MATERIAL. Abstract Format: On a sheet of paper, lay out the information in the following format: NAME, ETC.: DATE: TITLE: THESIS: ABSTRACT: WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY: Research Paper General Requirements: Page Length and Margins: • Final Length: 8-10 pages All written assignments must be typed double-spaced. Papers should have 1?inch margins and use a 12-point font. If you use a larger font or wider margins, your papers will not meet the page length requirement. Style: Use MLA style only for footnotes and bibliography. Consult the MLA website for style and ask me if you have any questio‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ns.

C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍hoose two works from different periods in volume 2 that we

C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍hoose two works from different periods in volume 2 that we have covered in our sessions. Then, argue in what sense female characters have been objectivized, victimized, oppressed or discriminated against, and whether they have rebelled against social impositions. —Provide a brief introduction (a paragraph of approx. 3-5 lines) where you present a clear thesis, that is, your unique point of view/perspective on the topic of women’s oppression. Examples of questions that might lead you to define your thesis are the following: Why are your selected female characters abused or discriminated against? How does social position or class affect their lives? Do they resist authority or defy social codes? Do they rebel? Why? Why not? What happens when they rebel or do not rebel? What does such gender inequality reveal about socio-historical contexts? Then, highlight the disparities and similarities of those works regarding the way they approach gender issues in the different periods they were written. To finalize the introductory paragraph, explain why you have proposed that thesis for your essay. —Add two more paragraphs (approx. 3-5 lines each) where you present and develop sub-themes intrinsically connected with your thesis. Make reference to details of the cultural context in which both works were written and link them to your argumentative analysis. The e-book provides useful historical information. —In 3 lines conclude your essay by providing a brief reflection that ou‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍tlines the relevance and/or applicability of your analysis. —Quote passages from both texts literally to support your arguments and accompany them with appropriate in-text references. The page(s) of the ebook need(s) to be included. Except for the e-book, no other source will be allowed as a main source. —Use in-text citations and a works cited list at the end of your essay following the 2016 MLA citation guidelines in SYLLABUS AND TEXTBOOK COURSE MATERIALS included on top of module 0. —Make sure you cite the e-book as the main source and consult 1 secondary source (article/book) that relates to your arguments. Articles are research included in specialized journals. These are not websites or blogs. You can find secondary secondary sources such as books and published articles in JSU Libraries, or Google Scholar. —The text needs to have a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1,000 words. Insert the text directly in the space below. Do not attach a word document or pdf. Your essay will receive a 0% if you do not insert it as a text entry. —Make sure you credit all the sources you cite literally or by way of paraphrase. Inaccuracies in citations or omission of citations are plagiarism and will result in 0%. -Puchner, Martin. Norton Anthology of World Literature: Shorter Fourth Edition. New York and London: . Norton, 2019. ISBN: 978-0-393-60288-6 (pbk.) and 978-0-393-60288-3 (pbk.); 2978-0-393-54414-5 (v. 1; ebook) and 978-0-393-544‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍1-9 (v. 2; ebook)

The student will write a 5-7 page research paper that demonstrates the ability t

The student will write a 5-7 page research paper that demonstrates the ability to do the following:
integrate research with ideas and evaluation
base the paper on adequate scholarly material and write it in nontechnical language
use standard scholarly practice for MLA documentation and source citation
avoid plagiarism.
The MLA source citation and quote citation requirements for this essay are the same as previous essays:
An appropriate primary source included in the introduction and listed on the Works Cited page
Primary quotations in required MLA format
Secondary quotations from scholarly sources that directly address the primary source
The final page of the essay is the Works Cited page to list the sources referenced. Refer to the format sheet, example on the DB and other resources to compose a properly formatted Works Cited page.
As opposed to persuasion, the objective for this essay is to research the characteristics of a movement, style or pattern of development.
A pattern of development might consider Shakespeare’s use of Greek mythological references in Hamlet. However, the primary source does not have to be a work of literature, but it must employ some pattern of development or be an example of a movement or style. Non-fiction, oratory, editorial, and other forms of writing can be appropriate, if there is sufficient scholarly, secondary material that directly addresses the primary source.
Regardless of topic, students will introduce and analyze a primary source that illustrates the characteristics of the movement, style or pattern of development that will be the focus of the analysis.
An original thesis and focus are highly encouraged.
As always posting the intro and thesis to the appropriate thread is highly recommended, so I can see if you’re heading in the right direction. When composing the intro and thesis, make sure you include the primary source that will be the focus of the rest of the analysis.
Please remember to PROOFREAD your essay for grammar, punctuation and format errors before submitting. This is what essentially separates the “A” papers from “B” and “C” papers.
Failure to submit a final essay will result in the failure of the course.
The primary source for the final essay cannot be the same as primary sources of previous essays.
Regardless of topic the analysis must focus on the primary source and how it illustrates the characteristics of the movement or pattern of development.
Format for Formal Literary Analysis
When submitting a literary analysis for a college or
university class, a formal, academic tone should be employed. Consider the following as strong academic
practice:
Double space; 12pt.
standard font (i.e. Times New Roman), indent a paragraph five spaces and
no extra space between paragraphs.
Use standard or default margins.
Include a title that is
centered and addresses the topic, not the assignment. Prepositions,
articles, and coordinating conjunctions are not capitalized in a title
unless they are the first word.
In the introduction use
the full name of the author and the full name of the primary source or
sources. Refer to the author by his
or her last name any time thereafter.
Short stories and poem titles receive quotation marks; book titles
are underlined.
Spell out contractions
(don’t = do not).
Do not use exclamation
marks, (!), slang, or any conversational tone that addresses the reader as
if in a conversation. (You can see
that Faulkner uses some great symbolism…).
Write the essay from
the third person perspective.
(Hemingway describes a conversation between two people) not (You
can see Hemingway…) or (I think Hemingway…).
Use the literary
present tense. (Hemingway describes
a conversation) not (Hemingway described a conversation) or write (Miss
Emily poisons Homer) not (Miss Emily poisoned Homer).
Avoid plot summary and
biographical information.
Maintain a strong
thesis that is stated clearly in the introduction and rephrased for the
conclusion.
Introduce, incorporate,
and analyze primary and secondary quotes, but do not depend on them to
fill the essay.
Avoid complimenting
authors and their work. If we are
studying these writers, it is already assumed that they do a great job at
what they do.
Do not title the essay
the same as the primary source.
Proofread closely to
avoid simple typos, as well as grammar, punctuation, format, and
proofreading errors.
Long Quote Form: A long quote
is any primary or secondary quotation that exists on five or more lines
(including parenthetical reference info), not necessarily four sentences. When including a long quote, indent ten
spaces, maintain double spacing and keep the right margin the same. Quotation
marks around the quotation are no longer necessary, unless dialogue is being
quoted. In which case, single quotes
inside double or long quote format.
Parenthetical reference info is still required. For example,
Analyzing
the worth of the unnamed narrator, one critic points out that
In keeping with the town’s invasive aesthetic of
observation, the narrator/detective’s willingness to pass judgment on all he
witnesses so completely overturns the illusion of objectivity that he speaks,
if you will, not as the detached soloist of a Greek chorus, but as a prime participant
in the tragic drama he relates. (Rodgers 546)
Short Quote Form: A short quote
is any primary or secondary quotation that exists on four or less lines. Use
quotation marks for short quotes; parenthetical reference info is placed after
the quote; end punctuation is placed after the end parenthesis. For example,
One
critic points out that “Emily, like Georgiana, is a man-made object” (Fetterly
35).
The Works Cited Page: The final
page of the essay will be the Works Cited page to alphabetically list the
primary source(s) and the secondary sources referenced. The heading is either all caps or just the
first letter of the two word heading is capitalized. Do not increase the size of the heading, make
it bold, italicize, underline, or alter the font. Center the heading and use a normal
return. Do not skip extra space between
citations, and double space the entire Works Cited page.
Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dah is an option for a topic (can be any published work of literature)

The student will write a 5-7 page research paper that demonstrates the ability t

The student will write a 5-7 page research paper that demonstrates the ability to do the following:
integrate research with ideas and evaluation
base the paper on adequate scholarly material and write it in nontechnical language
use standard scholarly practice for MLA documentation and source citation
avoid plagiarism.
The MLA source citation and quote citation requirements for this essay are the same as previous essays:
An appropriate primary source included in the introduction and listed on the Works Cited page
Primary quotations in required MLA format
Secondary quotations from scholarly sources that directly address the primary source
The final page of the essay is the Works Cited page to list the sources referenced. Refer to the format sheet, example on the DB and other resources to compose a properly formatted Works Cited page.
As opposed to persuasion, the objective for this essay is to research the characteristics of a movement, style or pattern of development.
A pattern of development might consider Shakespeare’s use of Greek mythological references in Hamlet. However, the primary source does not have to be a work of literature, but it must employ some pattern of development or be an example of a movement or style. Non-fiction, oratory, editorial, and other forms of writing can be appropriate, if there is sufficient scholarly, secondary material that directly addresses the primary source.
Regardless of topic, students will introduce and analyze a primary source that illustrates the characteristics of the movement, style or pattern of development that will be the focus of the analysis.
An original thesis and focus are highly encouraged.
As always posting the intro and thesis to the appropriate thread is highly recommended, so I can see if you’re heading in the right direction. When composing the intro and thesis, make sure you include the primary source that will be the focus of the rest of the analysis.
Please remember to PROOFREAD your essay for grammar, punctuation and format errors before submitting. This is what essentially separates the “A” papers from “B” and “C” papers.
Failure to submit a final essay will result in the failure of the course.
The primary source for the final essay cannot be the same as primary sources of previous essays.
Regardless of topic the analysis must focus on the primary source and how it illustrates the characteristics of the movement or pattern of development.
Format for Formal Literary Analysis
When submitting a literary analysis for a college or
university class, a formal, academic tone should be employed. Consider the following as strong academic
practice:
Double space; 12pt.
standard font (i.e. Times New Roman), indent a paragraph five spaces and
no extra space between paragraphs.
Use standard or default margins.
Include a title that is
centered and addresses the topic, not the assignment. Prepositions,
articles, and coordinating conjunctions are not capitalized in a title
unless they are the first word.
In the introduction use
the full name of the author and the full name of the primary source or
sources. Refer to the author by his
or her last name any time thereafter.
Short stories and poem titles receive quotation marks; book titles
are underlined.
Spell out contractions
(don’t = do not).
Do not use exclamation
marks, (!), slang, or any conversational tone that addresses the reader as
if in a conversation. (You can see
that Faulkner uses some great symbolism…).
Write the essay from
the third person perspective.
(Hemingway describes a conversation between two people) not (You
can see Hemingway…) or (I think Hemingway…).
Use the literary
present tense. (Hemingway describes
a conversation) not (Hemingway described a conversation) or write (Miss
Emily poisons Homer) not (Miss Emily poisoned Homer).
Avoid plot summary and
biographical information.
Maintain a strong
thesis that is stated clearly in the introduction and rephrased for the
conclusion.
Introduce, incorporate,
and analyze primary and secondary quotes, but do not depend on them to
fill the essay.
Avoid complimenting
authors and their work. If we are
studying these writers, it is already assumed that they do a great job at
what they do.
Do not title the essay
the same as the primary source.
Proofread closely to
avoid simple typos, as well as grammar, punctuation, format, and
proofreading errors.
Long Quote Form: A long quote
is any primary or secondary quotation that exists on five or more lines
(including parenthetical reference info), not necessarily four sentences. When including a long quote, indent ten
spaces, maintain double spacing and keep the right margin the same. Quotation
marks around the quotation are no longer necessary, unless dialogue is being
quoted. In which case, single quotes
inside double or long quote format.
Parenthetical reference info is still required. For example,
Analyzing
the worth of the unnamed narrator, one critic points out that
In keeping with the town’s invasive aesthetic of
observation, the narrator/detective’s willingness to pass judgment on all he
witnesses so completely overturns the illusion of objectivity that he speaks,
if you will, not as the detached soloist of a Greek chorus, but as a prime participant
in the tragic drama he relates. (Rodgers 546)
Short Quote Form: A short quote
is any primary or secondary quotation that exists on four or less lines. Use
quotation marks for short quotes; parenthetical reference info is placed after
the quote; end punctuation is placed after the end parenthesis. For example,
One
critic points out that “Emily, like Georgiana, is a man-made object” (Fetterly
35).
The Works Cited Page: The final
page of the essay will be the Works Cited page to alphabetically list the
primary source(s) and the secondary sources referenced. The heading is either all caps or just the
first letter of the two word heading is capitalized. Do not increase the size of the heading, make
it bold, italicize, underline, or alter the font. Center the heading and use a normal
return. Do not skip extra space between
citations, and double space the entire Works Cited page.
Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dah is an option for a topic (can be any published work of literature)

Your next discussion assignment is more of a personal reflection essay than a tr

Your next discussion assignment is more of a personal reflection essay than a traditional discussion response. The discussion assignment should be a minimum of 650 words and be typed in essay form. Although a thesis statement, body, and conclusion are the fundamental components required in most writing assignments, a thesis statement is not required for your personal reflection. However, a point of view is required for personal reflection requirements. This will be the final discussion in the class and it is due: November 28th.
History is traditionally written and defined by the victors of war. However, real history and truth are usually found in the middle, the golden mean. The mid-point of two verging thoughts, ideas, or sides. Historically, the Roman Army and Ancient Rome, in general, are viewed as one of the greatest civilizations in World History. Much of their culture and beliefs are still with us today. However, like the American History that is taught in the classrooms of the United States today, many of their atrocities are washed from history books or not taught in grade school altogether. What is left is a very minuscule and often shallow understanding of history. For example, our book discusses Julius Caesar and Augustus Caesar. Later, in chapter 10 of the book, the authors argue that “perhaps that greatest of all the emperors after Augustus was Marcus Aurelius, the last of the Five Great Emperors….” But, there were 15 emperors between Augustus and Aurelius, many of whom were deemed morally corrupt or “evil.” For example, Emperor Nero persecuted Christians and is famous for crucifying Saint Peter upside down on the cross. Controversial, corrupt, and evil men like Tiberius, Nero, and Caligula are not in our book. But, men like Hannibal are mentioned in a sentence, if at all. To the Romans, Hannibal was viewed as the evil one because he did not look like them. The Romans told their children bedtime stories of Hannibal coming to get them in their sleep if they were bad. But, why?
Watch the two videos below (I will add them to the order). Both are documentaries on Hannibal and Caligula. Take copious notes to help you analyze the leadership qualities and life of Caligula and Hannibal. For your discussion response, compare and contrast the lives of Caligula, Hannibal, and a leader of your own choosing. Take what you have learned from the videos, what you have learned from researching the leader you chose, and what you know about leaders personally and type an analytical reflection that compares and/or contrasts all three leaders. How are they alike? how are they different? what makes them great? what are their faults? You are free to approach your paper in any way that you wish.

Book for essay : Dubliners by James Joyce ( any editinon will work, online PDF a

Book for essay : Dubliners by James Joyce ( any editinon will work, online PDF are avlible)
Essay needs to be minumm of 1500 words including word count on reference page. MLA format is required. Clear and strong thesis statment, somthing along the lines of : through anylizing the roles of the ‘mother’ figure, inrigradting and noralizing betrayal, and showing vulerabllity to the concept of death Joyce displays maturity in how he ddealt with this in his life. Quotation needs to be intigated. For example, he “pleaded,” with his eyes ( Nora 1).
Main paragrpahs should focus on:
Mother figures in Dubliners and the way men are shown as weak. Include the why ( Source 1 )
Betrayal in Dubliners and how it coorlated to Joyce’s personal life ( Source 3 )
Death expirenced by Joyce correlating with death in Dubliners ( Source 4)
On works cited page include Dubliners, and all or 3 (minimum) of the sources listed below.