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ENH 285 Contemporary Women Writers Students who want to earn extra credit are individuals who have completed all required assignments and who want to excel in their scholarship by going that extra step. ENH 285 offers a total of 1000 possible points. This Optional Extra Credit Essay is worth 50 possible points = 5% of additional course points. For a student whose course grade rests on the border, e. g., between a B and an A, earning points for this Optional Extra Credit Essay may bring the grade up to the A level. The optional assignment is strictly earned points, thereby resulting in only additions, not deductions. The points are simply added to the student’s course total. This 1000-word Optional Extra Credit Essay is due by midnight on the last official day of ENH 285. If at any time in considering or writing this essay, you have questions, contact Professor Englehart. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU READ THE ARTICLE AND BEFORE YOU WRITE THE ESSAY. This Optional Extra Credit Essay is based on the assigned article “None is Enough” as related to this Contemporary Women Writers course. In ENH 285, you have studied the literature and biographies of 44 total writers (43 plus your Additional Woman Writer). The course has emphasized the way these women writers have written for (a) change. The changes are reflections of society at the times of their lives and during the settings of their poems, stories, and nonfiction pieces. The article “None is Enough” by Lauren Sandler and Kate Witterman also deals with writing about changes and writing for change. 1. As you read the article, look for the concepts that focus on changes in society – for women, for men, and for children as well the impact on society as a whole. Also as you read, make connections between the ideas in the article and ideas illustrated in the ENH 285 literature. Consider how the article presents points dealing with socio-economic factors and women versus men. 2. Follow the ORGANIZATION OF ESSAY – recorded below – and plug in your ideas. Explain how Sandler and Witterman are writing for change and how their points connect to the literature and literary theories you have studied. 3. For this essay, you must use the article “None is Enough” and the literature in the textbook The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women. You are NOT to use any other sources. Upon submission, your essay will be sent through Turnitin.com, a plagiarism checker that records all sources used in the essay. The report for your essay should reflect only the article in Time magazine and the Norton Anthology. Because the essay uses the article and the textbook, you must cite inside the essay each time you make reference to either source, and you must provide a Works Cited page. IN THE ESSAY For the article • cite both writers’ last names every time you use the information. Never cite one writer without the other because Sandler and Witterman wrote the article together. examples 1. Sandler and Witterman explain that the birth rate in the United States is at an all-time low. 2. The birth rate in the United States is at an all-time low (Sandler and Witterman). For the textbook from which you make two references and explanations • cite the name of the writers. examples 1. Carson McCullers’ “The Ballad of the Sad Café” portrays Miss Amelie as a successful childless woman who finds satisfaction in her life, free of children. 2. “The Ballad of the Sad Café” portrays Miss Amelie as a successful childless woman who finds satisfaction in her life, free of children (McCullers). ON THE WORKS CITED PAGE • cite the Time magazine article by the authors • cite both pieces of literature from the textbook • create alphabetical order based on the last names of the writers example Works Cited McCullers, Carson. “The Ballad of the Sad Café.” The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women. Eds. Sandra Gilbert, and Susan Gubar. Vol. 2. 3rd ed. 2007. 740-799. Print. Sandler, Lauren, and Kate Witterman. “None is Enough.” Time 182.7. 12 Aug 2013. Academic Search Premier. EBSCOhost. Web. 21 Sept. 2013. Woolf, Virginia. “A Room of One’s Own.” The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women. Eds. Sandra Gilbert, and Susan Gubar. Vol. 2. 3rd ed. 2007. 740-799. Print.
ENH 285 Contemporary Women Writers Students who want to earn extra credit are individuals who have completed all required assignments and who want to excel in their scholarship by going that extra step. ENH 285 offers a total of 1000 possible points. This Optional Extra Credit Essay is worth 50 possible points = 5% of additional course points.
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