Read, “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde OR watch the Play. Do you think more people should read today, and explain why you made the choice that you did. How might this piece of writing illuminate our world, and what might it have to say to readers today? The essay should be grounded… Continue reading Read, “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde OR watch the Play.
What kind of situation does the novel begin with for Meursault? 2. What do we learn about Meursault’s work and finances? Cite examples in the text. 3. What impression do you get of the director of the home? Cite examples in the text. 4. Explain the gatekeeper’s role in the context. 5. Who is Thomas… Continue reading What kind of situation does the novel begin with for Meursault?
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Write a five page paper that responds to the following prompt: Comment on the role of romance (historical or interpersonal) in Wuthering Heights. Come up with an original thesis responding to the prompt, and support it by quoting extensively from the test.
Select ONE of the following prompt and come up with an argument responding to the prompt using and quoting extensively from Atonement by Ian McEwan. It does not matter which one u pick. 1. Using Atonement, comment on the importance of normativity or convention. 2. Using Atonement, discuss the importance of defining one’s own identity.… Continue reading Select ONE of the following prompt and come up with an argument responding to th
This paper needs to be between 2300-2500 words. we need to get a minimum of 8-10 articles on the topic and then we need to analyze how newspapers or writers talk about the topic. Analyze the stories, look for patterns, and how they represent their subjects. Pick 2-3 of the following: -Biases in the coverage… Continue reading This paper needs to be between 2300-2500 words. we need to get a minimum of 8-10
Use attached instructions below Reading list Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCTJNiPyr1U Peasants’ Revolt Video #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anygNCJGCD0 Richard II video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl5Am9LP8-Y From Vol A: The Middle Ages *Timeline: 28-29 *Introduction: 14-26 *Margery Kempe: 442 *Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur: 534 Caxton bio: https://www.britannica.com/biography/William-Caxton “Wars of the Roses” video: https://digital-films-com.lscsproxy.lonestar.edu/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=8530&tScript=0 From Vol B: The 16th and Early… Continue reading Use attached instructions below
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Directions: Carefully read the four texts and view the political cartoon that are attached. Write a source-based argument on the topic below. Topic: As the United States becomes more dependent on technology, is the American Dream possible for everyone? Do Americans have equal access to technology and education? Your Task: Read the four texts closely.… Continue reading Directions: Carefully read the four texts and view the political cartoon that ar
A clear thesis statement that states the paper’s argument Specific topic sentences that structure each paragraph Textual evidence that supports the argument along with an interpretation of the evidence (evidence will be presented as quotes from the text using appropriate grammatical and citation format) Explain the theme of Slavery versus the American Ideal of Independence… Continue reading A clear thesis statement that states the paper’s argument
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1,500 word essay analyzing the importance of gifts/ gift giving in the Odyssey in relation to the guest and host relationship as well as what the exchange itself means… SPECIFICALLY ODYSSEUS’S BOW!!!!
Purpose: This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of elements such as character, dialogue, setting, plot, and time period work together to enhance the themes of a drama. You will conduct a close reading of your chosen drama and discuss the playwright’s use of these devices in his or her structuring… Continue reading Purpose: This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of e