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I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n Chapter 5 of Literature Into Film, Cahir states, “Kenneth

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n Chapter 5 of Literature Into Film, Cahir states, "Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet is the first full-text film translation of the play and one that is unusually strong in demonstrating the differences between thea‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍trical spectacle and cinematic spectacle. Write an essay interpreting and analyzing this claim. Do you agree or disagree? Please quote from both texts in your essay and be sure to reference key scenes and characte‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍rs.

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍nstructions for your final essay: After reading Ta’Nehisi C

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍nstructions for your final essay: After reading Ta'Nehisi Coates' memoir, Between the World and Me, please respond to the following question, writing between 4 to 5 pages for your essay. It should contain quoted passages with specific examples from the memoir (at least two passages from the memoir), in text citations, a works cited page, and be in 12 font Times New Roman and MLA format. You should also support your answer by bringing in at least one of the…

Compare and contrast the representation of oppression in Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”

Compare and contrast the representation of oppression in Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” and Marilyn Dumont’s “The Devil’s Language” Students should not summarize the texts, but rather, should develop a thesis and argument in answer to the essay question. Close-reading of the texts is essential. You must cite from the texts (primary sources) as evidence in your essay, using correct in-text citation and including a Works Cited page. Critical articles (research/secondary sources) are not required for this essay, so you should avoid…

Read and annotate “What Fear Can Teach Us” by Karen Thompson Walker. Note well:

Read and annotate "What Fear Can Teach Us" by Karen Thompson Walker. Note well: This is one of the two texts you will be asked to use as evidence in your final exam. You MUST use both texts in the final exam. Then post two paragraphs and any questions you have (at least 200 words each): 1) The first should be a summary of "What Fear Can Teach Us". Use the “How to Write a Summary” (pdf in Course Materials)…

Each of the readings you’re doing early this week addresses in some way the effe

Each of the readings you're doing early this week addresses in some way the effects of oppression or a struggle for freedom. Choose one of the following and explain your answer by discussing specific images and figures of speech used in the work or works you've chosen. Post at least two comments at different times--one of your own in response to this assignment and one in reply to another student's posting: What do you think are the themes of the…

FROM THE BOOK “BELOVED” In order for the house at 124 Bluestone Road in Morrison

FROM THE BOOK "BELOVED" In order for the house at 124 Bluestone Road in Morrison’s Beloved to remain safe, what does it need to be closed against? What does it need to be open to, and why? In the process of responding to the general questions, answer at least two of the following subquestions: When Schoolteacher enters the yard to try to take Sethe and her children back to Sweet Home, events are suddenly described from his point-of-view. What problems…

Chapters XXIII– XXIV of Jane Eyre (pages 377–418). please follow the instructi

Chapters XXIII-- XXIV of Jane Eyre (pages 377--418). please follow the instructions in the handout provided Response Prompt Identify a point in the reading at which you paused because you recognize in it, under the surface, a certain pattern sustained or broken. It should be an observation that might be missed by the careless reader, and it can help us see things (character, theme, plot, or narrative strategy…etc.) differently. Elaborate (in 250—350 words) by referencing other parts of the reading…

Essay Prompt For this essay you should discuss “The Seafarer,” Moana, and/or The

Essay Prompt For this essay you should discuss “The Seafarer,” Moana, and/or The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor. You may focus on one or more of these texts. You can also include in your discussion other course texts we’ve considered, including Rozwadowski’s excerpts, the poems “Sea Calm,” “The Waves,” the images “Where are You?,” or “Nineteen Twenty One’s Lucky Bag.” Other than defining terms (if you so choose), no other outside research is expected. If you do include outside research,…

Topic: Using Landscape and Figures, by Ernest Hemingway, as a guide, how has Edw

Topic: Using Landscape and Figures, by Ernest Hemingway, as a guide, how has Edwin Henry altered or not altered the stereotypical view women have of men — is he what a man is supposed to be — or is it a mixture of something else altogether? Does Edwin represent what a man should be? How? Why? How does it affect the meaning of the story overall? Every concept and/or idea relating to a stereotype of men must connect back to…

Please write a reflective essay about the medical narrative, which is about a st

Please write a reflective essay about the medical narrative, which is about a story called the spirit catches you and you fall down: a Hmong child, her American doctors, and the collision of two cultures. There are three aspects to write about which are culture, challenges, ethics & advocacy. I provided the whole story in the word document as well as I divided the “whole story word document” into 3 words documents, which each of them is focused on and…