Create an outline for the Analysis of a Film paper. 2. Create an short outline f

Create an outline for the Analysis of a Film paper.
2. Create an short outline for the Analysis of a Film paper.
The outline must contain the following:
a full working thesis statement for your paper located in the introduction (1-3 sentences) — or, where the introduction will be. (I do not expect the introduction or any other paragraph to be fully written. )
The thesis should directly answer either topic 1 or topic 2 of the Analysis of a Film paper.
If you need help with Thesis statements, click here: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/academic_writing/establishing_arguments/index.html (Links to an external site.)
one sentence for each body paragraph or main point you plan on including (shoot for 2 – 4 points). This will help me understand your argument.
You can use any organizational style that fits your argument. However, if you are stuck, try a compare and contrast organization to begin with and see if you like it. For more info on organization, click here: faculty.washington.edu/ezent/impo.htm (Links to an external site.)
If you need help with how to create an outline, click here:
owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/the_writing_process/developing_an_outline/index.html (Links to an external site.)
*There are three pages about outlines on this website, so make sure to check the left navigation bar to view them all.
a bibliographic citation for each of your sources. Please follow either MLA or APA format. Essentially, this is a practice run for your Works Cited or Reference page. These three citations can be included at the end of your outline on the same page. You should have two movie citations and one citation for an article I provided (authored by Postrel or Denby). Click here to learn how to cite the sources properly. ( I give you the pattern)
Submit the outline as a Word document to the Outline Assignment with in Canvas.
Length: At least two pages in length, NOT counting the Works Cited/References page. No cover page is required.
Readings: Prior to writing this essay, you need to have read the following articles:
Virginia Postrel’s “Superhero Worship”
David Denby’s “High-School Confidential: Notes on Teen Movies”
Essay Prompt: For this essay, two topics are available. You only choose one. Then, write your paper on that particular topic. Both of these topics deal with films, and you will need to watch two films of your choice (of the correct genre) that will then be used in your paper. Please avoid first and second person pronouns whenever possible.
TOPIC ONE: SUPERHEROES: Read Virginia Postrel’s “Superhero Worship,”and then write an essay, using Postrel’s definition of superhero as a critical framework, in which you analyze glamour in two Hollywood superhero films. Be sure to address whether or not you agree with Postrel’s understanding of glamour. Provide specific examples (characters, scenes, images, etc.) from two films to support your argument.
TOPIC TWO: TEEN FILMS: Read David Denby’s “High-School Confidential: Notes on Teen Movies.” Then, write an essay in which you debate the validity of Denby’s claim that the enemy in teen films is not “authority,” but rather “other teens and the social system that they impose on one another” (398). Please, provide specific examples (characters, scenes, images, etc.) from two films to support your argument.
Sources: You will need to make use of three sources for this essay. One source will be either Postrel OR Denby (depending on which paper topic you choose). The other sources must be two films of your choice (either superhero or high school related films). Remember to use correct MLA/APA citations for these sources.
How to use ICE to create in-text citations (PPT) – Click Here
How to cite a movie – Click Here
How to cite the articles by Denby and Postrel – Click Here

From the grader:” You have a clear sense of what the poem is about, what is impo

From the grader:” You have a clear sense of what the poem is about, what is important in your reading, etc. Where the piece gets muddy is in some of the specific devices and points of analysis. In the second paragraph especially yuo jumbo between devices without too much indication, and I think it leads to a bit of confusion. You are talking about a lot of literary devices, imagery, and lineation choices within the poem. I think perhaps limiting your analysis to fewer examples might help you in clarifying the ponts you are making. I think it would also help towards lowering the word count, which I feel is too far over at this point. I would aim towards cutting 50-100 words, by the time you finish the paper.”
The file “edit.docx” has some other comments by the grader, Please review and modify as required. Thank you
General guideline : Having already closely read several poems from Citizen in lecture, this assignment asks you to read closely a poem that we won’t be taking up in that work. The poems chosen for this assignment are instead drawn from Rankine’s first book, The End of the Alphabet. These poems are available in pdf called “Poems for Assignment 1.”
As discussed below, the goal of this assignment is twofold: you should undertake a close reading, attending to the poetic features of the poem, but you should also be sure to make an argument about that poem. For instance, you might notice that one of Rankine’s poems is light on punctuation, and that this feature tends to hurry along your reading. This is a good example of close attention to punctuation. From this OBSERVATION you will then move onto ARGUMENT: “Because of the haste that this performs, we can see that this poem is about the hectic panic of emotion rather than the clear thinking of retrospection.”
More details could be found in the pdf named”guidelines”

Part 1: Component Parts of a Book Review 1) Map out the component parts of a boo

Part 1: Component Parts of a Book Review
1) Map out the component parts of a book review- i.e. what a book review contains. Summary of the book. Title, author, date of publication. Comparing it to other books in the genre. Strengths and weaknesses of the book. Relationship to other books the author wrote. Key components of the genre. Rating of book (?) (Personal opinions) Art/graphs/cover art/diagrams. Historical context. Key themes/motifs. Influence of book on author and society and genre, popularity but more that popularity. Biography of author.
2) Review the diction/tone/style/point of view/rhetorical appeals which book reviews use, i.e. present to me an overall pattern. Are there particularly points of detective/mystery novels which must be written about in a book review- i.e. information about the author and publication history, the tone and style of the book, the popularity of the book, the types of clues or the type of plot used in the book, etc.
3) Why are published book reviews important to consumers, book sellers, authors, journalists?
4) Which books sound the most interesting to you and why? What are the reasons for this, i.e. are there personal reasons of rhetorical style/appeal reasons, and if so, what reasons.
Part 2: Write a Book Review
1) Read a mystery novel – it has been assigned in the following lists.

I would prefer the paper be about Oroonoko by Aphra Behn and A Modest Proposal b

I would prefer the paper be about Oroonoko by Aphra Behn and A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift and how they both reflect an author/story that is trying to tell about a problem in society (slavery in Oroonoko; colonization in A Modest Proposal) or about race and gender in Othello by Shakespeare and Oroonoko. Please let me know if you can’t access these texts and I can send pictures of them. Also if you need more historical context on Jonathan Swift, let me know. Historical context is important!! Contact me with any questions!!
Comments from Customer
I also forgot to mention that the document that says ENGL 112 is just a supplementary guide! The ENGL 203 is the most important, but the supplementary guide is very helpful!

Write a 4 or 5 paragraph essay with your analysis of the following poem, Sonnet

Write a 4 or 5 paragraph essay with your analysis of the following poem, Sonnet 75, by Edmund Spenser. Your written response should include the pre-writing activity prior to the formal essay.
In your formal essay, please:
• refer to the author and title of the work early in the essay
• assume that your audience is educated and that they have not read the poem
• present a clear thesis
• choose an organizational plan appropriate to your ideas
• follow the writing process
• include aspects of the poem identified in your prewriting as support
• include concrete supporting details( i.e., literary concepts and specific references to the text and other literary works)
• cite each quotation and paraphrase using MLA Style
• Use poetic terminology for analysis (metaphor, tone, allusion, etc.)
• Go through the journalist’s questions: who, what, where, when, why

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-s

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-spaced with standard font and margins (use the default font and margins in your MS Word program). No title or headings are required for your paper. Just include your name and student ID number. The minimum length for the paper to pass is three full pages. During the nineteenth century, King Lear was thought to be unfit for the stage. Discuss how this view derived from that era’s realistic expectations for theatrical representation. Describe how Shakespeare’s own theatre was not devoted to realism, and how the play only returned to theatrical prominence when modern practitioners began to once again employ the theatrical conventions of the early modern period. Be sure to mention: Universal lighting. The proximity of the audience. The lack of realistic scenery or stage effects. You must address ALL of the issues in the above prompt, incorporating this information into well- structured paragraphs. The title King Lear must be italicized (not underlined or put in quotation marks) every time you use it within the body of your essay. DO NOT, HOWEVER, ITALICIZE THE NAME OF THE CHARACTER KING LEAR. IF YOU DO, YOUR PAPER WILL FAIL!!!!!!!!!!! You must quote directly from the play in your essay. This means from the written text of King Lear, Broadview Anthology of British Literature Edition, ISBN 978-1-551-119670. Follow the quotation guidelines for Twelfth Night as described above. If you only quote from King Lear, no Works Cited page is needed. Where differences occur between Quarto and Folio texts, the Broadview edition lists both versions. You can quote from either one and list the line numbers from either one. For the purposes of this paper, there is no need to specify whether you are quoting from Quarto or Folio. The Professor’s lecture notes for Lear are posted on Canvas to help you write this essay. If you choose to quote from any of the published works cited in these lecture notes, you must do so in proper MLA format and list the quoted work on a Works Cited page.

Really just need 1. thesis statement 2. the approach to the body of my paper.

Really just need
1. thesis statement
2. the approach to the body of my paper.
I’m (well you guys probably) going to write a research paper on the topic below.
What is the significance of honor in Much Ado About Nothing? How is female honor different from that of male honor? In the end, does honor do more harm or more good?
In another assignment you guys are doing is the works cited for this. (If you want to refer to that for anything) Thanks.

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-s

From my professor: All papers for this course should be 3-5 pages long, double-spaced with standard font and margins (use
the default font and margins in your MS Word program). No title or headings are required for your
paper. Just include your name and student ID number. The minimum length for the paper to pass is
three full pages.
During the nineteenth century, King Lear was thought to be unfit for the stage. Discuss how this view
derived from that era’s realistic expectations for theatrical representation. Describe how Shakespeare’s
own theatre was not devoted to realism, and how the play only returned to theatrical prominence when
modern practitioners began to once again employ the theatrical conventions of the early modern
period. Be sure to mention:
Universal lighting.
The proximity of the audience.
The lack of realistic scenery or stage effects.
You must address ALL of the issues in the above prompt, incorporating this information into well-
structured paragraphs.
The title King Lear must be italicized (not underlined or put in quotation marks) every time you use it
within the body of your essay. DO NOT, HOWEVER, ITALICIZE THE NAME OF THE CHARACTER KING LEAR.
IF YOU DO, YOUR PAPER WILL FAIL!!!!!!!!!!!
You must quote directly from the play in your essay. This means from the written text of King Lear,
Broadview Anthology of British Literature Edition, ISBN 978-1-551-119670. Follow the quotation
guidelines for Twelfth Night as described above. If you only quote from King Lear, no Works Cited page
is needed. Where differences occur between Quarto and Folio texts, the Broadview edition lists both
versions. You can quote from either one and list the line numbers from either one. For the purposes of
this paper, there is no need to specify whether you are quoting from Quarto or Folio.
The Professor’s lecture notes for Lear are posted on Canvas to help you write this essay. If you choose to
quote from any of the published works cited in these lecture notes, you must do so in proper MLA
format and list the quoted work on a Works Cited page.

Please revise my essay. My instructor specifically said it needs to be at least

Please revise my essay. My instructor specifically said it needs to be at least 1000 words (just in the body) and also said I need “sources appropriate for college writing”. He told me to “Focus on the analysis of poetic elements, rather than re-telling of the contents. How was the poem actually written/structured?”
On the PDF FIle attached I wrote the essay on #1.

Paper #3 Due: HERE IS THE TOPIC: How is the novel Madame Bovary by Flaubert diff

Paper #3 Due: HERE IS THE TOPIC:
How is the novel Madame Bovary by Flaubert different from the other ones we read in class? Do we judge men and women differently when they have affairs? Are we more critical of Madame Bovary because she is a woman? Is she usurping (taking over) the masculine role? Is it a feminist work before its time? Give your impressions of the work but at the same time be critical. Your grade will be based on the length (2 pages, double spaced—12 pt) and the content. Your grade will NOT be as good if you simply give a summary of the stories. Be analytical, be critical, don’t just summarize the plot and the characters–I read the stories and I know what they are all about.
YOU MUST SAVE YOUR ESSAY IN A WORD DOCUMENT AND PUT IT IN THE DROP BOX: ESSAY 3: Madame Bovary essay. Remember, you must use your own words and not copy from the internet, another student or another work. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CITE ANY SOURCES. I WANT TO READ YOUR IDEAS, YOUR THOUGHTS AND YOUR OPINIONS. But if you cite sources, you must provide the references.