Create a Works Cited page in MLA format. Create references for the following sources: 1. Book: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger 2. Play: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams 3. A website of your choice. This website must be relevant to one of the two books mentioned above. For example, this… Continue reading Please be sure that this is a credible source and that there is enough relevant information to create a proper reference.
My Movie Log: Exploring mise-en-scene This My Movie Log is worth 5 points In what ways does the mise-en-scène of Vertigo (specifically one element of design) complement the performance style and narrative? For this brief analysis focus on one element of design that stands out to you (e.g. setting, costumes, make-up… see “Design” in Chapter… Continue reading This my movie log is worth 5 points
ENGL 30A Essay #1: Early American Literature 3-5 organized, MLA-formatted pages Integrated quotes/paraphrases from assigned literature and 2-4 scholarly sources The historical context of a work of literature is a fascinating way to explore a work more deeply. How does Rowlandson’s captivity narrative, for example, reflect the conflicts of colonial American life at the time?… Continue reading This means using a signal phrase and giving the borrowed material–and you–some authority, some ethos: eg., in the preface to her 1791 novel, charlotte: a tale of truth, the first american best-seller, susanna rowson claims that her “tale of truth” is “for the perusal of the young and thoughtless of the fair sex” (372).
Case Study #4 on Hardee Transportation 1) a brief summary in bullets of the key issues, situations, problems, opportunities and threats you may identify out of the reading, and 2) elaborate in writing over your findings and insights, expressing your personal opinion, suggestion or recommendation always pretending as if you were the person in charge… Continue reading Case study #4 on hardee transportation
Discussion post over three pairs of poems. 1. Frost, The road not taken and Farley the lover not taken 2. Springsteen You’re missing and Williams I’m so lonesome I could cry 3. Thomas, Do not go gentle into that good night and Robinson, The house on the hill. At least one paragraph per pair of… Continue reading Strategies include: formalist critics, biographical strategies, psychological strategies, historical strategies, marxist criticism, mythological strategies, reader-response criticism, deconstructionist critics, new historicist criticism, cultural criticism, gender critics, feminist criticism, lgbtq criticism.
Remember that a first/rough publish for this course should consist of an entire, complete paper of a level that you might generally turn in as a final (incl. MLA format and citation). Make sure that you publish it as or convert it to a Google Doc before submission. (But, of course, something is almost always… Continue reading Mla format and citation).
Answer all 4 questions in a short answer of 3-5 paragraphs and 2 cities per question. Question 1 How successful were business people in overcoming the problems that confronted them in the last third of the nineteenth century? Question 2 Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of progressivism. Question 3 How did the war change the… Continue reading Question 1
1) Why does Crèvecoeur include such graphic descriptions towards the end of Letter IX? What should readers make of the narrator’s response in lamenting the “strange order of things” he finds in Charles-Town (334)? And in what ways does Letter IX extend and/or undermine Letter III? 2) Before delving into the specific grievances the colonies… Continue reading What should readers make of the narrator’s response in lamenting the “strange order of things” he finds in charles-town (334)?
Welcome to week four! This week’s readings and discussion focus on another foundational concept in womanist spiritual activism: a metaphysics of interconnectedness. A “metaphysics of radical interconnectedness” is a worldview in which everything [human and nonhuman] is completely interconnected with everything else. (“Metaphysics” is a philosophical term with lots of definitions; for our purposes, you… Continue reading Be sure to include word count (excluding quotations) at the end of your post.
. Part 1: Please describe (in detail) an example from a movie, TV show, or book that you have recently read, of a character using language that is either confirming, disconfirming, or rejecting to the character they are talking with. Begin your response by defining the key terms, and make sure you clarify whether you… Continue reading Have you seen that episode or read that book?