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I’m to present a paper on Violence (of various kinds) and Compare and contrast t

I'm to present a paper on Violence (of various kinds) and Compare and contrast the handling of violence by two authors: Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises (1926) and Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes were Watching God (1937) while Engaging with at least 3 critical sources ( they are provided but if you have critical sources that are easier to work with or better than the ones I provided feel free to use them after consulting me) here are the full…

Generally regarded as the quintessentially “Great American Novel,” and one of th

Generally regarded as the quintessentially “Great American Novel,” and one of the first major American novels written in vernacular English, Twain’s masterpiece is not only one of our most widely read books, but also one of our most controversial. For this assignment, you are to pick one of the following themes from the book and analyze what Twain’s novel seems to be saying about it. In addition, use your analysis of this theme in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn to either…

Option 2: American Self-Creation In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck is comp

Option 2: American Self-Creation In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck is compelled to adopt different identities in order to protect himself and Jim. Critics have suggested that this reality represents the American idea that it is possible to recreate the self when an old identity is confining. Write an essay analyzing this concept of American self-creation as it appears in this novel and in one other work that we have read in whole or in part. Support your points with…

we also used the book “the jungle” by upton sinclair as a reading tool, though t

we also used the book "the jungle" by upton sinclair as a reading tool, though these questions were not directly derived from the book. essay instructions : 2 pages each, Give the context for, define, and tell the significance/after-effect of each, in terms of late-19th & early-20th-century American history & culture: 1)Taylorism vs. "speeding-up the gang" & pacemakers (1880s-1930s) 2)National Labor Relations Act (1935) & Fair Labor Standards Act (1938)

we need to write a 3 page essay after reading Sinclair’s “the Jungle”. the essay

we need to write a 3 page essay after reading Sinclair's "the Jungle". the essay question is : Years after the publication of his Socialist novel The Jungle, Upton Sinclair ironically noted the chiefly Progressive impact of his book, stating that he "had taken aim at America's heart and hit instead its stomach." Compare & contrast the two, major, early-20th-century reform-minded ideologies of Progressivism and Socialism

Hello! Thank you for help! This is a rough draft for my 12th grade English class

Hello! Thank you for help! This is a rough draft for my 12th grade English class. It doesn't have to be too perfect or amazing. I am a terrible writer when unmotivated and this is one of those times. Feel free to dumb down my essay! This is an essay about the short story, "Shooting an Elephant" by George Orwell. It is about how the main character and how and why he is resented by the Burmese people throughout the…

Toni Morrisons “Playing in the Dark” argues that scholars can find race in texts

Toni Morrisons "Playing in the Dark" argues that scholars can find race in texts where it doesn't immediately seem to be present. There are many old Disney movies that depict racist stereotypes, that many people did not notice until years later. Focus primarily on Song of the South, Peter Pan, and Dumbo. Based off of Toni Morrisons Playing in the Dark what would her take be on these movies. How has this affected Disneys streaming service Disney plus? write a…

Discussion Board Forum 1 Topic The lecture notes and assigned readings for this

Discussion Board Forum 1 Topic The lecture notes and assigned readings for this module/week have provided introductory material and an overview of American literature from the early Colonial period through the American Renaissance. Provide reasons why it is important to study these periods of American literature, especially from a Christian worldview perspective. Both your thread and your reply must be well-planned, clearly articulated, and thorough. For Discussion Board Forum 1, your thread must answer the discussion prompt in 250–300 words

ESSAY 1: COLONIAL PERIOD INSTRUCTIONS The paper will need to have thesis and out

ESSAY 1: COLONIAL PERIOD INSTRUCTIONS The paper will need to have thesis and outline and a 750 word paper. Choose ONE of the following topics and write a polished essay of about 750 words (3-4 double spaced typed pages). The essay requires not less than 2 secondary sources. Before writing your essay, reread your notes and assigned textbook reading(s) just to refresh your memory. Also, it might be useful to reread a composition textbook to remind yourself of the guidelines…