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Annotate at least 15 instances total from the lists below. At least 5 annotation

Annotate at least 15 instances total from the lists below.
At least 5 annotations must be for figurative & symbolic language, and at least 5 annotations must be for the sounds of poetry. You must have 15 total (so this could be 5 in one category and 10 in the other, or 7 in one category and 8 in the other, etc.).
Figurative & Symbolic Language (at least 5 annotations)
simile
metaphor
pun
synecdoche
personification
hyperbole
paradox
conventional symbol
literary/contextual symbol
allegory
situational irony
verbal irony
satire
dramatic irony
Sounds of Poetry (at least 5 annotations)
onomatopoeia
alliteration
assonance
eye rhyme
internal rhyme
exact rhyme
near rhyme
masculine rhyme
feminine rhyme
Important Notes:
You don’t have to include everything from the list. You only need to have 15 annotations total.
Yes, you can have more than one annotation of the same element (e.g. more than one annotation for satire).
Use specific terms for the literary elements when possible (e.g say “verbal irony” instead of just irony).
You can include as many poems from the list as you wish in order to locate and annotate 15 instances.
Have at least 5 annotations for figurative and symbolic language, and at least 5 for the sounds of poetry, with 15 total.
Each Annotation must include ALL the following:
Highlighted or quoted segment of the story
Label of a specific literary element (e.g. foreshadowing)
Explanation of why this segment is an example of that literary element.
Review the sample annotation from Lecture 1 and notice that it has all three of these.

1. Please submit the revisions for the 3 poems that you submitted for the worksh

1. Please submit the revisions for the 3 poems that you submitted for the workshop.
2. You must submit an original draft AND a revised draft. The revised draft should show the revisions by highlighting the revised areas.
3. You must include a 1/2-1 page reflections stating what you revised and why you revised.
3. Your revised draft show some demonstrable change from your original draft. Revision is not to be confused with editing. You are not simply looking for punctuation and spelling mistakes. Because most of the work you submit in this class is in draft form, your revisions should show significant signs of change. This may mean finishing a piece, reorganizing it, adding material, cutting material, changing form, changing point of view or even changing genre. As a general rule, there should be a 30% revision.
90 percent of writing happens in revision, so keep that in mind before you hit submit.

Short Essay Assignment 3 Poetry Analysis Read pp. 662-683 You are to choose one

Short Essay Assignment 3
Poetry Analysis
Read pp. 662-683
You are to choose one of the poems below from your Perrine textbook and answer one of the questions in an essay format. It should be a minimum of 900 words. For your thesis statement you can simply restate the question you choose to answer in the declarative. Quote and paraphrase from the text as necessary to support your thesis. Look on OWL at Purdue if you cannot remember how to properly quote poetry. Here’s the link:
https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_quotations.html
Copy and paste into your browser.
You are also to provide a Works Cited entry for the poem, which can be on the same page as the last paragraph of your text.
YOU MAY NOT USE ANY OUTSIDE SOURCES FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. ANYONE CAUGHT USING OUTSIDE SOURCES WILL FACE DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND A 0 ON THE ASSIGNMENT. TO HELP ENSURE THAT NO OUTSIDE SOURCES ARE USED, ALL ESSAYS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO TURNITIN.COM. ANY PAPER NOT SUBMITTED WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
1. The essay must be written in Times New Roman font size 12.
2. There must be no extra spaces between paragraphs.
3. It must be double spaced and the spacing after lines in the paragraph dialogue box must be set to 0.
4. You are to rephrase the question you choose to answer as your thesis statement.
5. The author’s name and the title of the story you choose must appear in your essay’s title.
6. The essay must use literary present tense and you are to provide parenthetical citations for paraphrases and quotes used from the story. You need not put the author’s surname in the citation.
7. You are to create a Works Cited entry for the story you choose. However, you do not need to put it on a separate page.
Maya Angelou, “Woman Work”

In In the Palm of Your Hand, choose between two prompts: Poem 36 or 37 (p. 163-1

In In the Palm of Your Hand, choose between two prompts: Poem 36 or 37 (p. 163-164). This will likely be the most difficult assignment, either a formal sonnet or a formal villanelle. Make sure you read the chapters for more information on each form and on meter. Follow the requirements for the respective form you choose, even if things turn out a bit awkward. Try to have fun with the meter and form, and do your best to stick to it. Don’t let the meter stress you out too much, though. It’s a lot to get a handle on in a short section of a 4-week course.Submit the poem as a pdf.access to the book will be given.
Requirements:

In In the Palm of Your Hand, choose between two prompts: Poem 36 or 37 (p. 163-1

In In the Palm of Your Hand, choose between two prompts: Poem 36 or 37 (p. 163-164). This will likely be the most difficult assignment, either a formal sonnet or a formal villanelle. Make sure you read the chapters for more information on each form and on meter. Follow the requirements for the respective form you choose, even if things turn out a bit awkward. Try to have fun with the meter and form, and do your best to stick to it. Don’t let the meter stress you out too much, though. It’s a lot to get a handle on in a short section of a 4-week course.Submit the poem as a pdf.access to the book will be given.
Requirements: