Literature

LITERARY ANALYSIS TOPICS (Choose from TOPICS listed below) Compare two (2) short

LITERARY ANALYSIS TOPICS (Choose from TOPICS listed below) Compare two (2) short stories. You will need to narrow the focus significantly and do a fair comparison. For example, you may compare two short stories by comparing/contrasting the protagonists (characterization), the settings, and the conflicts. The literary elements that you choose to compare/contrast are up to …

LITERARY ANALYSIS TOPICS (Choose from TOPICS listed below)
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Read Chapter (1-6) Answer the question from each section in a 250+ word post. Re

Read Chapter (1-6) Answer the question from each section in a 250+ word post. Remember to quote at least once, using correct MLA technique, and to discuss the quote to help develop your answer. Please format the novel’s title correctly. 2a) Nanny tells Janie “Ah was born back due in slavery so it wasn’t for …

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Research Question: How can government enforce legislation to protect biodiversit

Research Question: How can government enforce legislation to protect biodiversity? Post your research question. Below that, post a link to each source (I’m looking for 2 sources). Then, below each link, include the following information with each one of your sources: Include a brief summary for each source that highlights the most important things you …

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TOPIC: Welcome to the Week 10 discussion. Literary criticism can sometimes seem

TOPIC: Welcome to the Week 10 discussion. Literary criticism can sometimes seem like it’s been written in a foreign language! Let’s discuss this week’s critical essays and clear up any difficulties you may have. Use this forum to ask questions about the readings and the authors’ interpretations. Note: This forum is for the discussion of …

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Goal: Demonstrate comprehension and evaluation of a secondary source essay. Dire

Goal: Demonstrate comprehension and evaluation of a secondary source essay. Directions: Choose one of the three critical essays (secondary sources) in this module: Consigny, “Hemingway’s ‘Hills Like White Elephants,’” or Deneau, “Chopin’s ‘Story of an Hour,” or Gruesser, “Walker’s ‘Everyday Use.” Prepare to write: Read and understand the critical essay you choose. Write: In a …

Goal: Demonstrate comprehension and evaluation of a secondary source essay.
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Assignment: Choose one of the following topics for your essay.(“Girl” by Jamaica

Assignment: Choose one of the following topics for your essay.(“Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid or “A Rose For Emily” by William Faulkner) Choose one character from any of the stories we read and write a character analysis. A strong character analysis should provide both an understanding and evaluation of this character. In your analysis, you must …

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Using your reading notes, write a short analysis of Hughes’ poem (https://www.po

Using your reading notes, write a short analysis of Hughes’ poem (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46548/harlem). Be sure to include: A brief summary of the poem, pulling out details relevant to your interpretive argument Reference to at least three literary elements in the poem; use the OWL Purdue guide to literary terms(https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/subject_specific_writing/writing_in_literature/literary_terms/index.html) to expand and deepen your analysis of …

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