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Jim in “Carnal Knowledge” and the narrator in “Battle Royal”
Both Jim in “Carnal Knowledge” and the narrator in “Battle Royal” undergo an initiation as defined by Mordecai Marcus in the essay on Blackboard. Which type of initiation do you think each underwent (be specific, using one of Marcus’s three types)? Compare and contrast their initiations, and discuss the epiphanies that each of them had. Note: you don’t have..
Crime Victimization of College Students: The Psychological Aftermath Blocking Students From Achieving Goals
This is an assignment built off of a literature review of the topic. This assignment is the methodology section and it has very specific requirements and I have all the articles needed to be used for this section. I will send the specific instructions once I am sure you understand what I am asking.
Compare Nietzsche's ethics (Chapter 2) with Aristotle's ethics of virtue.
Discuss the following In 500 - 700 substantive (thoughtful, insightful) and well written words: 1. Compare Nietzsche's ethics (Chapter 2) with Aristotle's ethics of virtue. What are the similarities and differences? How might Aristotle respond to the charge that his ethics are really a "gentleman's" version of Nietzche's more shocking ideas? or 2. Examine..
How does Bierce's short story bear upon deontological ethics?
Discuss the following In 500 - 700 substantive (thoughtful, insightful) and well written words: 1. How does Bierce's short story bear upon deontological ethics? How would a Kantian evaluate Carter Druse's action? or 2. What would Rachels likely say to this objection to his argument?: "The arbitrariness claim has no force because God would never command us..
What are the implications of this principle for ethics?
Discuss only one the following in 500 - 700 substantive and well-written words: 1. Reread Bentham's last paragraph regarding the criterion of suffering as the basis for moral consideration. What are the implications of this principle for ethics? For our relations with animals? or 2. Examine fully how Le Guin's short story applies to the debate over utilitarianism...
Examine fully how Le Guin's short story applies to the debate over utilitarianism
1. Reread Bentham's last paragraph regarding the criterion of suffering as the basis for moral consideration. What are the implications of this principle for ethics? For our relations with animals? or 2. Examine fully how Le Guin's short story applies to the debate over utilitarianism.
Examine Elshtain's reasons for being judgmental and for thinking non-judgmentalism is "dangerous nonsense."
Discuss only one the following In 500 - 700 substantive (thoughtful, insightful) and well written words: 1. Situate the theory of moral relativism within the play Enemy of the People. or 2. Examine Elshtain's reasons for being judgmental and for thinking non-judgmentalism is "dangerous nonsense." Are they convincing? Fully explain your answer...
plot summaries for  first paper  , Open window by saki,  
plot summaries for  first paper  , Open window by saki,  second paper  Reunion. third paper A and P updike.  by writing. I the plot, antagonist or protagonist, character, setting, point of view, conflict.  in your  own words.   
Examine the descriptions of Miss Emily. How do the descriptions provide insight into Miss Emily's character?
Examine the descriptions of Miss Emily. How do the descriptions provide insight into Miss Emily's character? I am looking for writing that reflects careful, critical thinking. Take your time with this assignment and give it considerable thought before you write your response.
Critical Analysis of Tolerance (Critical Analysis Paper)
Writing a critical analysis paper on tolerance using the work of Barry Shcwartz (writing) and David Gray (Ted talk video). Make sure that the paper simply does not paraphrase what each says nor does it just summarize what both are saying. Critical Analysis can be done on anything of your choice but just make sure you don't summarize or paraphrase. Make sure you..
literary analysis/Stephen Crane's Maggie:A Girl of the Streets
Analyze Stephen Crane's Maggie: A Girl of the Streets as either a work of Realism or a work of Naturalism. Be specific in determining what aspects of the chosen literary movement are apparent in the novel as well a specifics from the novel illustrating the literary movement. Note as well where the novel deviates from the characteristics of the literary movement..
English Literature reseach of short story and the writing
Summarized with your own words with a quotes from the story to support your answer with the page number Atwood "Happy Ending" Diaz "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl, or Halfie." Paley " A conversation with my Father." Satrapi From Persepolis : " The Veil."
Lesson plan. Not all princesses dress in pink by Jane Yolen
(REMEMBER: When designing your questions [items 8-10], include the page numbers in the author’s book that correspond to the question.) 1. Title and Author 2. Genre 3. Summary of the book 4. Age group for which this book would be appropriate and reasoning behind this decision. 5. Common Core Learning Standard(s) that would be supported by this book (Write out..
Lesson plan , My Father Knows the Names of Things by Jane Yolen
(REMEMBER: When designing your questions [items 8-10], include the page numbers in the author’s book that correspond to the question.) 1. Title and Author 2. Genre 3. Summary of the book 4. Age group for which this book would be appropriate and reasoning behind this decision. 5. Common Core Learning Standard(s) that would be supported by this book (Write out..
Write responses for the questions about "The Red Convertible"
Please answer “THE RED CONVERTIBLE” Guiding Questions Here are some questions you may want to consider when discussing and reading “The Red Convertible.” You need not answer them in the order given. 1. What is this story about? What are some central themes? 2. Read the first paragraph carefully and identify all the information Erdrich provides for you in this..
Fill out the questions about "The Yellow Wall Paper"
Guiding Questions for Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” In responding to the following passages, refer to specific passages that suggest your particular interpretation. In other words, constantly ground your interpretations in the text. Also, don’t just answer the questions. EXPLAIN WHY you chose such a response. 1a) “The Yellow Wallpaper”..
literary critique using Raymond Carver's "Cathedral" and "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love"
Literary Critique Read the text numerous times so that you are deeply familiar with it. Analyze the text so that you understand how the elements of the genre are working to create meaning.Compose a 750 word literary critique of your text including a discussion of the criticism surrounding it. Make sure that you have a THESIS statement about the text. This is an..
Fantastic Journeys in Western and Eastern Literature and Film 2016-2017 Mid Term Take Home Exam (Make up)
Instructions: Complete all three parts of the exam. Submit one file in docx or pdf identified by your last name to the course moodle. Be specific in referring to course materials. Since your object is to demonstrate that you have understood and reflected on the course materials of the term, it is best not to repeat examples in the exam. You should not need to go outside..
Critical Analysis
Follow instructions for a critical analysis of : From Hybrids to Tourists: Children of Immigrants in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake: http://indianliterature.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Friedman-From-Hybrids-to-Tourists.pdf and use The book: The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri as the second source besides the actual article. Make an argument and..
Rhetorical Analysis of Lobsters and the First Nations Peoples
I need a rhetorical analysis of these two articles, with the main task of explaining, through a specific thesis, how the way the rhetorical devices used by the author such as ethos, logos, and pathos, are similar or different in the way they engage the author. These tools used need to then be evaluated in their effectiveness over one another in terms of persuasive..
Analysis of Dramatic Technique Assignment
600 word paper, i enjoyed the previous work you did and price
Willa Cather Neighbor Rosicky
i only need a 350 word reading comprehension paper on willa cather neighbor roisky but its due in 2 hours no special format
Discussion on Thoreau's Resistance to Civil Government
This is a discussion board posting on Thoreau's Resistance to Civil Government. Instructions attached.
literature
read "A&P" by John Updike and " The lesson" by Toni Cade Bambara.Write a reader response for both stories. each response on a separate page, you may choose your own focus for the response, but don't use outside sources be specific. grammar correction matter.
the story of an hour by Kate Choping
A critical analysis paper of 3 pages with 2 sources which i already have.
Discussion questions
Part 1: Give at least two distinct examples of foreshadowing in pages 33-59 of Medea. How does Eurpides characterize Medea in such a way that the reader and viewer are able to get subtle hints of the grim future that awaits in the rest of the play? How does the character of the Nurse and the chorus add to the foreshadowing? Ensure that you provide clear textual evidence..
reading questions
http://www.tiger-town.com/whatnot/updike/ A&P SHORT STORY ANSWER 3 QUESTIONS THE LINK ABOVE James Joyce- ARABY SHORT STORY LINK AT THE BOTTOM ANSWER 3 QUESTIONS http://fiction.eserver.org/short/araby.html
What it means to be American
For this assignment, I want you to write and post a short paragraph of about 300 words explaining what you think it means to be an American. How do Americans define themselves? What ideals do Americans express as uniquely American? What is the quintessential American male? American female? What myths or stories do you recognize or remember as being part of an American..
The Dream of Rood
Assignment.  Write a 750-1250 word essay doing a literary analysis explaining the significance of a single passage, scene, or episode in relation to the whole of one of the works of literature (or excerpts) from the course. Talk about the whole work, but focus on the one passage, scene, or episode to get at that. Please do not depend on outside resources except..
The Things They Carried
Compose an analytical essay of at least 1,200 words in which you offer an interpretation of a literary element in one of the assigned short stories. Write your analysis focusing on one of the following elements in one of the assigned stories: Character Theme Symbolism Imagery Setting Start by selecting one of the short stories assigned by your instructor. Brainstorm..
Reading Response
Do the reading response on "Happy Endings" by Margaret Atwood #1. Do you like the work? Why or why not? #2. What words stand out to you and why? #3: What feeling(s) does the work give you? Why? #4: Do you identify with any of the characters? Why or why not? #5: Is there anything about how it’s written that stands out? Why? #6: What is this work about? The key to writing an..
Compare and Contrast of Sam Spade and Sherlock Holmes
In a 3 to 4 page paper, please compare and contrast the attitudes, beliefs, and habits as a man and a detective of Sam Spade and Sherlock Holmes using a minimum of the following subjects below. You may pick two of the topics below and do a close comparison and contrast between the detectives: Detective work Money The Client The Police Women Home Life Crime/Criminals..
A Rose For emily
#1. Do you like the work? Why or why not? #2. What words stand out to you and why? #3: What feeling(s) does the work give you? Why? #4: Do you identify with any of the characters? Why or why not? #5: Is there anything about how it’s written that stands out? Why? #6: What is this work about? The key to writing an effective reading response is to think in depth about these questions,..
why Studying happiness is important
I need a 3 page persuasive paper on why we should study what causes happiness and maybe some proposals to how we can be happier and persuade the reader we focus more on studying depression than happiness i need it done before 1:00 on thursday
Orientalism and Heart of Darkness
In Knowing the Oriental (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., Edward Said analyzes an attitude he calls “orientalism.” Then, in Rule of Darkness: British Literature and Imperialism, 1830-1914, Patrick Brantlinger applies this concept to the novel Heart of Darkness (see Chapters 6 and 9). In two to three pages (excluding title and reference..
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