The Prophet’s Hair Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation The Prophet’s Hair The attitude of the story is typically a reflection of the attitude of the narrator which is precisely known as the story’s tone. In “The Prophet's Hair” there are multiple interesting attitude sources toward religious relic. For example Hashim is Hair” is a narrative permeated with multiple metaphors on both large and small scale. The story contains magic mystery and more considerably morality as a manifest theme throughout the narrative. ReferenceGreenblatt S. J. & Greenblatt S. (2013). The Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Major Authors (3rd ed.). New York NY: W. W. Norton. [...]
Weekly Writing Assignments are due on Saturday by 11:59 p.m. ET. Write a 250-word (minimum) response to each writing prompt below. You must meet the minimum word count for each response to get full credit. Use only the assigned readings unless otherwise instructed. Your responses must include quotes from each text used to get full credit. Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. For assistance with APA citations, review the APA Format link (go to the Start Here menu and then click on Course Resources). Put all writing assignments in ONE Microsoft Word document, and identify your work by using your last name in the file name (example: LastnameWeek1.docx). Upload it by clicking on the "W4 Writing Assignments" link below and upload the file as an attachment. As a Keiser student, you are expected to have access to Microsoft Word (see the college catalog for details). 1. In "The Prophet's Hair," what is the story's attitude toward the religious relic? Why does the relic cause such mayhem in Hashim's life? Why does it destroy Sheikh Sin and cure his wife and children of their afflictions? What elements of Magical Realism do you see in the story?