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https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/147907/let-america-be-america-again I’d l

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/147907/let-america-be-america-again I'd like you to closely read "Let America be America Again" (Links to an external site.) by Langston Hughes and provide an original response to the poem. In your response, I'd like you to consider denotation (the dictionary definition of a word), connotation (the associations one brings to a word), and tone (the speaker's attitude toward the subject matter). What words in particular help convey a sense of determination in the struggle for freedom and equality? What role does…

#1 Historical PoemDue January 12th, 2021 (Before 3:00 pm)Definition of a Histori

#1 Historical PoemDue January 12th, 2021 (Before 3:00 pm)Definition of a Historical Poem:Historical poetry takes its subject matter from history. It uses themes seen in newspapers (online and in print), from the past, magazine articles from the past and, societal or global events from the past. Historical poetry incorporates poetic language, quotes, researchable facts, time references, or pieces of important historical transcripts. Historical poetry is often written in first person, from the point of view of a person who lived…

describe a manufacturing process ( but do not tell what it is)think of how is co

describe a manufacturing process ( but do not tell what it is)think of how is copper made or anything ( but this thing do not exist)example: think of you are making x, and just describe how is x made and be as objective as possibleinstead of using it to describe x, use I.do not have to be long, just describe the whole process that in your imagination Requirements: .doc file | Narrative Essay | 1 pages, Double spaced

I’m working on a poetry question and need a sample draft to help me learn.http:/

I'm working on a poetry question and need a sample draft to help me learn.http://moglen.law.columbia.edu/LCS/bartleby.pdfChoose one character from each story, and use the concepts of characterization (protagonist/antagonist, flat/round, dynamic/static, and foils) to describe them. There may not be a foil, so feel free to explain why you think there isn't a foil instead of describing a character's foil. Use specific events, descriptions, and lines of dialogue from each story to provide evidence for your description. Each character analysis needs to…

I’m working on a poetry project and need a sample draft to help me understand be

I'm working on a poetry project and need a sample draft to help me understand better.*https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/49000/lady-...* POEM Choose a poem that you like and that is long enough to provide substantive material. Read it out loud several times. Listen for the rhythm. Figure out where the rhythm pattern breaks, which words you end up stressing, and where the pauses are. Take a guess about why the poet wrote the poem this way. Decide on the rhyming pattern. Is there rhyme?…

I need four free verse poems and then one poem that follows the following guidel

I need four free verse poems and then one poem that follows the following guidelines: (total of five poems) *A traditional or free verse, that follows the following guidelines: It must be addressed directly to someone in your family or a loved one, using “You” as the pronoun. It must confront a conflict with that person or within that person. You cannot use the following words or phrases: broken heart, yearn, love, forever, kiss.

What must you do to earn this? 1. Read ALL three poems 2. Select only ONE of the

What must you do to earn this? 1. Read ALL three poems 2. Select only ONE of the poems. 3. Write a critical analysis of the chosen poem 4. Follow MLA format In your Analysis: - Summarize: What is the poet trying to communicate to his audience? - Discuss: How is the poet presenting his thoughts to the reader? - Analyze: Go over the poem’s structure. How does the poem “feel”? What effects the words have on you as a…

What must you do to earn this? 1. Read ALL three poems 2. Select only ONE of the

What must you do to earn this? 1. Read ALL three poems 2. Select only ONE of the poems. 3. Write a critical analysis of the chosen poem 4. Follow MLA format In your Analysis: - Summarize: What is the poet trying to communicate to his audience? - Discuss: How is the poet presenting his thoughts to the reader? - Analyze: Go over the poem’s structure. How does the poem “feel”? What effects the words have on you as a…

In this assignment, you will begin to assemble a close reading by considering th

In this assignment, you will begin to assemble a close reading by considering the questions below regarding one of the three sonnets (again: only one of the three sonnets printed below). This is not an essay (you are not responsible for a thesis statement; there is no over-riding argument; the structure will be provided by the questions below), but an opportunity to explore a poem. Another title for this exercise might be explication de texte: a detailed exploration of a…

Please reply to these two students 75/words each:1-The poet I chose for this wee

Please reply to these two students 75/words each:1-The poet I chose for this weeks discussion board post was Le Roi Jones also known as Amiri Baraka. Jones played a big role in the Black Arts Movement, considered a father of the movement by many. The first thing that made me interested in Jones was that he had two names he was known by. Following the death of Malcolm X, Jones dissociated from his previous life, even ended his marriage. He…