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For this milestone, you will submit a rough draft of your critical essay in whic

For this milestone, you will submit a rough draft of your critical essay in which you compare the impact of two distinct theoretical approaches on the analysis of a single novel. This will provide a major advance in your development of the final project because you will be presenting a first draft of your analytical argument for instructor review and feedback. The feedback you receive here will be applied to the final revision of your project. This assignment is based…

Discussion board post Compare the women of Genesis, including Eve, Sarah, Rebeka

Discussion board post Compare the women of Genesis, including Eve, Sarah, Rebekah, Leah, and Potiphar's wife. How is female identity characterized in the text? What virtues or vices do women typically possess by comparison? Compare two female figures and account for an attribute they seem to share. Do women fulfill, or rather thwart, the covenant? Why? Multiple answers are possible.

This assignment asks that you consider how the 18th century and the beginning of

This assignment asks that you consider how the 18th century and the beginning of the novel continues to be an important literary and cultural moment today. You can focus on any aspect of the 18th century that we have discussed during the semester – literary, historical, political, religious – as long as it is something that is specific to this time period and the rise of the novel (loosely interpreted). More below on this. _____________________________________________________ For this assignment, you will…

Read the Introduction and Fitts 1-2 of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (pages 22

Read the Introduction and Fitts 1-2 of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (pages 225-255 in your Anthology. please select ONE short (1-3 line) example of alliteration in the Middle English text at a point in the narrative you think is really important/interesting/beautiful/striking. To make sure you "get" the meaning, you can use the free Middle English Dictionary online to look up words https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/middle-english-dictionary/dictionary (Links to an external site.). In your post, please do the following: 1) In about 100…

The prompt: Throughout The Marrow Thieves, both objects and characters are infus

The prompt: Throughout The Marrow Thieves, both objects and characters are infused with symbolic meaning. Explain how heritage, specifically in regards to how in order to build a future, one must understand one’s past, is revealed through three different symbols in the novel. Please complete the outline before writing the good copy. I need to hand in: my essay notes my completed essay outline my final, good copy of the essay Introduction: General statements, thesis and directional statement. Body paragraph…

Week 1 Creative Writing Assignment: This week’s creative assignment is “What if.

Week 1 Creative Writing Assignment: This week's creative assignment is "What if...?" What if the time period of "Neighbour Rosicky" were changed to contemporary society? Write a 400-word creative response in which you rewrite one of the following scenes. Assume the setting is contemporary. The opening conversation between Rosicky and Dr. Burleigh in Part I. The scene between Polly, Rudolph, and Rosicky in Part IV. Assignment Requirements: Your submission must: include a minimum of 400 words, written in paragraph form.…

Assignment 1: Milton’s Paradise Lost/Satire and Pope’s The Rape of the Lock RES

Assignment 1: Milton's Paradise Lost/Satire and Pope's The Rape of the Lock RESPOND TO ONE OF THE ASSIGNMENTS BELOW. NO LATE PAPERS ALLOWED. Choice A: Before the Renaissance, religion (notably Christianity) played a major role in the Western literary tradition. After the Renaissance-era, writers such as John Milton explored psychological aspects of the characters in their works, even as they still used Biblical characters, such as God, Satan, Adam, and Eve. Write a one (1) page paper with a clearly…

“The Cask of Amontillado” and “The Outsider” are similar to each other, so we ca

"The Cask of Amontillado" and "The Outsider" are similar to each other, so we can call them one group. "The Lottery is similar to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," so that is the other group. Explain the similarities of each group. Your reader will be impressed with any reference you make to the Hull article you were assigned to read. (link below) https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10724117.2006.11974625 requirements: title - 6 words or more double spaced one inch margins

I need support with this Literature question so I can learn better.Activity 1.3:

I need support with this Literature question so I can learn better.Activity 1.3: Elements and Principles Image HuntINTRODUCTIONThe elements and principles of design are the basic building blocks of art. You will be expected to use the terminology of art throughout this course, so this activity provides you the practice to use the terms by defining, identifying, and applying them. Use the following template for this activity:Link (Word document): Week 1 Assignment Template (attached) ACTIVITY INSTRUCTIONSFor this activity you will…