For your final essay, you’ll write a 1,200–1,500-word comparison and contrast es

For your final essay, you’ll write a 1,200–1,500-word comparison and contrast essay. You’ll choose one of the following options from fiction or poetry.
Using all of the information you’ve learned in the course, compare and contrast the literary techniques. You can explore each text’s point of view, characterization, theme, and language. Organize your paper around a central idea and discuss the similarities and differences to reveal something about both texts. Your essay should have a thesis statement that states the focus of your analysis. Each paragraph should identify a single point that supports your thesis statement and develops your analysis of the texts. You shouldn’t only identify the similarities and differences between the two texts, but think deeply about each to make connections to generate an analysis.
Topic: Compare/Contrast “America” by Claude McKay and “Harlem” by Langston Hughes.

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