This paper needs to focus on the theme of economic opportunity and growth due to the rapid urbanization of larger US Cities such as NYC and Chicago. DO NOT use any outside information or sources. You are only to use the books as sources. YOU MUST use at least 3 quotes from “Sister Carrie” and 2 quotes from Chapter 9 of “The Jungle” (Please not that you are only supposed to use Chapter 9 from “The Jungle” and no other chapters) When quoting Sister Carrie, please state what Chapter the quote is from. The 3 main characters from Sister Carrie I would like for you to discuss is Carrie, Drouet, and Hurstwood. When it comes to Carrie, I would like for you to write about how she is from a smaller town and how she moved to Chicago and then NYC and became an actress. When discussing Chapter 9 from “The Jungle” you can talk about anything you seem fit that relates to the theme but you must make this connection to the theme as well as draw similarities to Sister Carrie. I will attach my professors instructions to make this a little more clear. Also, Chapter 9 of The Jungle can easily be found online.
This week I want us to reflect on the interaction between religion and the world today. What do you feel is the role of religion today? Is it positive or negative on the whole? Is religion free of politics either generally or specifically? What problems are inherent in dealing with religious beliefs? Remember that this forum is public, so please respect the beliefs of others. Refrain from naming specific religions or denominations and speak in generic terms. You may choose, either instead or in addition to, to speak directly to one of the stories and the impact of the Puritan religion on the people of the 19th century or analyze the effects on the characters. For example, how wise was Rev. Hooper in his actions or Goodman Brown in his? Speaking of Goodman Brown, is his case relevant today?
*ONLY CITE FROM: Rip Va Winkle by Washington Irving* For this assignment, begin by going back through the specific text you’ve chosen and performing an analysis of its literary elements. For this, youll need to engage in close reading. In order to complete a textual analysis, you need to consider how individual elements of the text combine to create the whole. In order to do that, you will look at each individual element on its own. Essentially, you are mining the text for additional, specific details that you may have overlooked before. In your analysis, please include sections on the following: Setting: What is the setting? Why is it important? Is there any information given about time and location? Is there anything implied? Why might this be significant? Character: Who are the major characters? What are their defining characteristics? Do any characters change significantly throughout the text? Does it seem like a certain character is meant to represent something? Plot: What is the basic outline of what happens in the text? What are the most important moments in the text? Include information about any exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Point-of-view: what is the POV? Why is it important? What style of narration is presented? How does this affect the text overall? Theme: What point or lesson is the author trying to highlight in this text? Are there multiple themes? Are these themes easily recognizable? How might viewers relate to these themes? Symbolism: Is there anything in the text that seems to stand for something else? Are there certain figures or objects of importance? Why might these items be made to stand out? You might also include information about imagery, writing style, tone, and/or diction in addition to (or in place of) any of the elements listed above. Structure This analysis should be at least 700 words in length, and should be written in essay/paragraph form using the 3RD PERSON POV academic voice. Please address all significant elements of the text, based on the above list. An effective approach might be to devote a paragraph to each element. MLA Style Your paper must be formatted according to MLA format (this includes having a header, double spacing throughout the document, appropriate font, etc.) Include at least one quotation or paraphrase in each element section with appropriate usage and citation, according to MLA formatting standards. You must include a Works Cited page at the end of your paper. For more information about MLA style, you should view the Purdue OWL’s pages on MLA. Mechanics, Grammar, and Punctuation All written assignments should be mechanically and grammatically correct with proper punctuation. For more information on each of these, you should view the Purdue OWLs General Writing Resources page.
Read: — The Age of Exploration & Discovery; pp. 7-10Note how Columbuss arrival brings European conquest and disease to Native Americans, and how religious settlers (Puritans & Pilgrims) establish the foundation of Christianity in the America we know today –See engraving, Indian Village of Secoton, 1585 in shiny pages (where the pictures, engravings, and portraits are), p.C3Note that eastern tribes did not live in tepees, but rather houses resembling those which the whites would build — Native American Creation Story: The Iroquois Creation Story, pp. 31-35 –King Philips Speech, p. 40 –Lenape War Song, p. 43 –Christopher Columbus: Bio, p. 44-45, and Letter of Discovery [to Luis de Santangel], pp. 45-51; Letter [of] the 4th Voyage, pp. 51-3 Journal #1 Assignment (Written for Homework, or in Class, at Instructors discretion) DUE THURS.Week 1, Day 3: 750 words (50 pts.) in response to a literary work read in class this week. Should focus on a literary element or device in the story and include a thesis analyzing its importance to the literary work. Did you enjoy the work? Did you learn anything from it? Explain why. You must use APA Template for all submitted work–Cover Page (Running Header not required), Times New Roman Font Size #12, Doublespaced, or points will be taken off! 1. Years ago, Columbus was considered a hero, because he discovered America. Today, we understand that he never reached mainland; instead, he may have visited Hispaniola, Jamaica, and other Caribbean islands. Furthermore, he was very cruel to the natives already living therehe forced them to work on the Spanish plantation-farms (encomiendas) and murdered them for no reason, to the extent that pregnant Indian women would flee into the jungle to have their children, and afterwards kill them, so that the Spaniards could not enslave them. What do you think of Columbus today? 2. We would not have known anything about the crimes against humanity which Columbus committed against the Indians were it not for the writings and testimony of Bartolome de las Casas, who had started out as a soldier of Columbus, but afterwards became a Catholic priest, working with the Indians. Was it right for de las Casas to turn against his former superior and testify against him? 3. Note that Columbus did a lot of his crimes out of sheer ignoranceslavery was common in those days. As a matter of fact, after five years, with most of the Indians dead (of diseases which the Spanish sailors and soldiers broughtSTDs, smallpox, and even the common cold, against which the natives had no natural antibodieshe allowed and encouraged the import of Black African enslaved persons. However, there was one instance where he stood up for the Indians, after a fashionsee p. 47, text, 20 lines (ll.) from page bottom, where he prevents his men from cheating the Indians in trade; e.g., giving them broken glass or broken leather straps in exchange for spun cotton or gold.
Consider the binaries in M. Butterfly (i.e. Orient vs. Occident, Hetero vs. Homosexual, Masculine vs. Feminine). What do you think David Henry Hwang is trying to do with our understanding of these categories? Choose at least one binary to discuss in depth.
Discuss one thing you found interesting, thought-provoking, or challenging from this week’s readings. Using the links below and the three others attached. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/08/long-haulers-covid-19-recognition-support-groups-symptoms/615382/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XJdfC_1JT4
Dear Writer my instructions are as follows: The work must be original, no plagiarism, and high level academic wording Before tackling the novels, you need to write about Chapter One: Post-colonial discrepant records: Post Colonialism vs structuralism theories, feminism quest and class gender in literature. Post-colonial thematic concepts (Colonizer vs Colonized) . Chapter Two: The United States as an internal post colony? Re-writing American Minorities literature in post-colonial perspectives. Civil rights movements Upheaval and Minorities literature Jewish American Literary impulses VS African American literary persistence. Chapter Three: Parallel James Baldwin racial identity VS Paradoxes double consciousness. Chapter Four: Towards a study of the Racial identity impulse and double consciousness: Similarities and differences in Fire next time, the dangling man and tie that blind Note: I made those chapters so you are free to modify these chapters for best.
Part of writing an effective analytical research paper involves using evidence directly from your primary texts (the literature itself) as well as the works of other critics and scholars (secondary texts). Therefore, you will need to be able to analyze these secondary works, and to accurately quote, paraphrase and summarize these outside sources in your own essays. This assignment helps build these research skills. In fact, the article you analyze here (and the literature on which it’s based) could even become part of your research paper topic in future weeks, if you choose. For this assignment, choose a critical article from one of the GMC library databases (in Galileo, search the letter “L” under Databases A-Z) that makes a clear argument about any one of the stories you’ve read FOR THIS WEEK. The article you choose must provide MORE than basic biographical information and plot summary; it must make an opinionated argument about some aspect of the literary work. Your complete analysis should be at least 650 words in length. Analysis In your analysis, you should clearly identify the author’s thesis and main points by briefly SUMMARIZING the article. Your summary section should be no more than 250 words. No quotations in this section. You should then provide a critique of these main points and EXPLAIN how this article’s argument is relevant or convincing to you (or not), and why. This section should be at least 400 words, but can be longer. You should also include in the analysis section a QUOTE and a PARAPHRASE from the article, with appropriate in-text citations. MLA Style Your paper must be formatted according to MLA format (this includes having a header, double spacing, etc.) All quotations, paraphrases and summaries MUST be cited using MLA format. You must include a works-cited page at the end of your paper. For more information about MLA style, you should view the Purdue OWL’s pages on MLA: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html. Mechanics, Grammar, and Punctuation All written assignments should be mechanically and grammatically correct with proper punctuation. For more information on each of these, you should view the Purdue OWLs General Writing Resources page: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/general_writing_introduction.html Structure The introduction should include a clear thesis statement. It should also clearly identify the title of the article you’ve chosen and the author’s name. Each body paragraph should have a clear topic sentence that relates back to the thesis. The information in each paragraph should relate to the topic sentence. In the body paragraphs, you may want to focus on individual points made by the author. This assignment is will be assessed using the Article Analysis Rubric
Your second full-length essay (1,000 words minimum, typed, double-spaced, WORD Count included at end, submitted through Blackboard) will be over the following topic: Assume you are the Producer/Designer for a planned revival of Royall Tylers The Contrast, as either stage play or film. How would go about adapting the piece for a 21st century audience? Social types and manners have changed since 1787, but some are still with us in evolved ways. What sort of characters from the contemporary gallery of types and stereotypes would you have play the different roles? What actors would you cast? How would you costume and design the piece? Think about the issues the play of dealing with and how these have come down to us: imitation vs. originality/authenticity; the serious/gravitas vs. the frivolous/trivial; natural vs. artificial; hierarchies of rank vs. the ideal of a level playing field, an equal opportunity, etc. Remember, while Tyler and other writers of the Early Republic were concerned with sharpening and defining the contrast between the United States and Great Britain, they were also exploring divisions, stresses, factions, within the young country. And while we no longer measure ourselves against Great Britain, those factions/divisions within the United States have grown exponentially over the last 232 years. So, you have a much more diversified cultural landscape from which to draw.
(Based on material from Week 1) Readings from this week include Bradford, Morton, Bradstreet, and Taylor: historical accounts and poems. Reflect on these selections and choose one that you find interesting and/or relevant today and write a well-developed paragraph (at least 12-15 sentences) about what it is that you find interesting or relevant today. Use strong supporting details to support your claims (opinions/assertions). Can you relate to something in one of the selections on a personal level that you don’t mind sharing with the class? Is there something in the story of the Pilgrims that seems relevant? What about the conflict between Bradford and Morton? Be specific, use good grammar and spelling, and proofread before submitting. This is NOT timed.
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