Please refer to the “Requirements” doc and follow the grading requirements on th

Please refer to the “Requirements” doc and follow the grading requirements on the “GradingCommentSheet” to complete
You must write on one of the two topics described below.
“Required readings” means only those stories included in The Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction and named/assigned on the course schedule can be used for this assignment. (Must use “The Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction (Julia Gaunce, Suzette Mayr) (z-lib.org)” book, in the attachment)!!!
You may not write on the required reading which was the primary focus for your research paper for the course.
1.By Any Other Name
Develop a thesis and write an essay that comparatively examines the use of names, titles and related terms of address in relation to the stories’ portrayals of identity or identities. How and why are the names of the characters/narrator important? How are they revealed to (or concealed from) the reader and why is this important?
2. Imaging Identity
Develop a thesis and write an essay that comparatively examines how imagery, symbolism and/or analogy (metaphor and simile) are used by two of the required readings to explore questions related to identity or identities. (How) are these figures/images used to convey information to the reader about the identity of the narrator/characters? (How) do they reveal aspects of the stories’ plots, themes, and conflicts?
Format requirements
Length: Between 800 and 1000 words, excluding quotations and Works Cited (ie, quotations and
the Works Cited do not count toward the word limit.) This is roughly 4-5 pages double spaced,
12-point font, with 1″ margins.
Documentation must follow MLA guidelines (8th or 9th edition, but be consistent) using parenthetical citations. See the OWL MLA Formatting and Style guide for more information: ()
Must be written in clear, logically organized sentences and paragraphs, and musttransition effectively from one point to the next. Be as concise, direct and straightforward in expression as possible. Do not use subheadings/titles; integrate your main points using brief but effective transitional writing.
Paragraph requirements
The essay should include the following, organized as listed:
MLA style first page with pertinent information (name, course code, professor’s name,student number, date) in the upper left corner
On the same page, the beginning of the essay itself, a two part title that begins with the topic you’ve chosen followed by a colon and a descriptive caption that identifies the two stories you will use by their titles. For example, By Any Other Name: Gender and the Power of Names in Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants” and Yamamoto’s “Seventeen Syllables.”
The introductory paragraph of the essay must include a general topic statement, a specific thesis statement that indicates the texts that will be discussed, and some directional information anticipating how the essay will support this thesis.
The body paragraphs must develop this argument by engaging comparatively with both stories. They must include:
– at least two citations from each story
– at least one citation from each story must be a direct quotation
– at least two citations from the supplementary material (author introductions,glossary entries, etc.) in the Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction, and/or the Oxford English Dictionary, and/or resources accessed through the Oxford Reference Online database
– at least two citations from the course lectures
The concluding paragraph should restate your thesis in different words, summarize the main points the body paragraphs made in support of your thesis, and memorably emphasize the importance of the argument you’ve made about the two required readings.
On a separate page, following the body of the essay, your Works Cited must contain separate, complete entries for each of the required sources indicated above. Additional citations are optional, but if you do draw on other sources, you must cite them properly and provide an entry for them in your works cited. You do not need to provide annotations for your works cited.

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