hi there, could you please help rewrite the essay base on the in text comments a

hi there, could you please help rewrite the essay base on the in text comments and requirements?
This assignment asks you to review one of the books on our syllabus (preferably one of the three texts about which you’ve already written). To begin, it’s important to note that book reviews make critical arguments about the value of the text. This is your task: you are to make an argument about the worth (or lack thereof) of one of these texts. What is its value to you? What is your persuasive evidence for this argument about its value?
You can define that value (or lack thereof) in a wide variety of ways: sociological or cultural impact, aesthetic beauty, economic impact, generic influence (as in literary genres), or historical importance. Some of our books, we argued in class, offer interesting and compelling arguments about how to make money, how to spend it, its value, or its lack thereof. Others were bombastic, authentic, ironic, postmodern, and incredibly literary. You may decide that this is why it’s important for others to read the book. It’s really up to you.
One way to begin is to start with the work you’ve already done in making persuasive, critical, literary arguments about the books on our syllabus. Did you realize an important point about how the book was crafted vis-à-vis your in depth close-reading? If so, can you reframe this point so that it speaks more broadly about the worth of the book as a whole? Or, can you provide similar kinds of examples (ie close reading) for a new thesis about the book? Your task then is to revise and expand your previous paper into an argument about the VALUE of the book as a whole. You should have a new thesis that both defines and argues for the book’s value (or lack thereof). Why is it worth reading this text? What is the book’s argument about economic and aesthetic value? Is it the same as yours? Try to answer those questions with focused sensitivity and nuance, as well as with wit and verve with an eye towards convincing someone who likes to read, to write, and to ponder the meaning of things.
If you’re taking on a new work, then you’ll want to continue to hone your skills of persuasive writing. You must offer evidence for your argument; you should also offer SOME plot synthesis, at least of the relevant parts of the text for your thesis. BUT REMEMBER THAT YOU ONLY HAVE 1000 WORDS. For now, imagine your audience as your peers: they’ve read the book (so you don’t need to overly explain or worry about plot spoilers). Such an educated reader will require a deft, pithy summary of key points, but anything more might lose their attention. They will also require evidence to be creatively engaged as well as critically persuaded. (For example, you may argue that the value of a text like More’s Utopia is that it helps us understand dystopias like The Hunger Games or Brave New World. What kind of evidence will you use to make this claim convincingly in 1000 words? What kind of evidence would persuade you?).

Prompt: Choose your favorite character from Beowulf, Grendel, or Le Morte d’ Art

Prompt: Choose your favorite character from Beowulf, Grendel, or Le Morte d’ Arthur. What modern values and/or universal themes are evident in the character? What does this tell us about how literature reflects society, culture, place, and/or history?
You may choose to address this prompt in a 400-500 word essay or a 15 slide minimum presentation (Prezi, Swipe, Sway, or Powerpoint). Be sure to justify your thoughts with text evidence (cited in-text) and research from academic sources. The presentation should contain effective visual components that complement and support your analysis.
If you need help with any of the presentation apps, please see the Discussions tab/Presentation Apps folder.
Here’s a sample Prezi that I created so you can see one way to possibly organize a comparison Prezi: Comparison of Appalachian and Southwest English Dialects
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MLA Citation
The paper should be Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced. Click here for an example paper in MLA. Click here to see a sample Works Cited page. Need further assistance on how to cite? View this short video: How to Format Your Paper and Create Works Cited Page

Review Othello’s final speech pp.264-5 (act V.ii) In the article “Othello’s Alie

Review Othello’s final speech pp.264-5 (act V.ii)
In the article “Othello’s Alienation” by Edward Berry, he concludes,
The most disastrous consequence of racial alienation for Othello is not the hostility or
estrangement of the Venetians but his own acceptance of the framework within which
they define him. In his incapacity to break free of this mental construct, to affirm his
own identity, . . . Othello becomes a double victim of the early colonial imagination, an
alien to himself and others.
Respond to this conclusion. Write a paper of 2-3 pages in which you discuss how Othello can be seen as “alien to himself and others.” Consider how Iago and Desdemona contribute to Othello’s perception of himself. Quote from Berry’s article for support.

Choose from the topics listed below. Regardless of topic, your final essay shou

Choose from the topics listed below. Regardless of topic, your final essay should be approximately 6 pages in length and discuss the novel in relation to 2 theoretical texts read for class.
Choose from the theoretical texts:
From unit 1: “Night to His Day” and “Patriarchy”
From unit 2: “Reading as a Woman,” “Why Race, Class, and Gender Still Matter”
From unit 3: “Gender Asymmetry and Erotic Triangles,” “Confessions of a Recovering Misogynist, ”Agency”
From unit 4: “Worlding Women,” and “Under Western Eyes”
In an interview, Zadie Smith says of White Teeth, “I wasn’t trying to write about race. . . . Race is obviously a part of the book, but I didn’t sit down to write a book about race. The ‘Rabbit’ books by Updike . . . I could say that [these are] books about race. [Those are] book[s] about white people. [They are] exactly book[s] about race as mine is. It doesn’t frustrate me. I just think that it is a bizarre attitude. So is [it that] a book that doesn’t have exclusively white people in the main theme must be one about race? I don’t understand that.”* (from Reading Group Guides)
What are some of the indications in White Teeth that Smith is not as interested in race as she is the juxtaposition and interaction of people from different ethnic groups living their daily lives?
Do the children of Archie and Samad experience their ethnic or racial identities in different ways than their parents do?
In a final essay of approximately 6 pages, consider Smith’s depiction of the interaction of different ethnic groups through the lens of our theoretical readings this semester. Indicate how two of the theoretical texts inform your understanding of how intersectionality affects the relationships among the characters, and shapes the reader’s response to the text.
Chapter 7 begins with the lines: “And the sins of the Eastern father shall be visited upon the Western sons. Often taking their time, stored up in the genes like baldness or testicular carcinoma, but sometimes on the very same day. Sometimes at the very same moment . .. Unbeknownst to all involved, ancient ley-lines (definition of ley-lines: links that criss-cross the earth and connect historic landmarks and monuments) run underneath these two journeys–or, to put it in modern parlance, this is a rerun. We have been here before. This is like watching TV in Bombay or Kingston or Dhaka, watching the same old British sitcoms spewed out to the old colonies in one tedious, eternal loop. Because immigrants have always been particularly prone to repetition–it’s something to do with that experience of moving from West to East or East to West or from island to island. Even when you arrive you’re still going back and forth; your children are going round and round. There’s no proper term for it–original sin seems too harsh; maybe original trauma would be better. A trauma is something one repeats and repeats, after all . .. “ (135-136).
Consider the passage in relation to the characters and relationships in the novel. How are things repeated? How does the “repetition” relate to ideas we have addressed throughout the course?
There is, at times an emphasis in White Teeth on the idea of lineage and the concepts of culture and heroism passed paternally to children. How does gender factor into the text? What, if any, comment on the role of gender in social and familial interactions?
When the children go to Mr. Hamilton to bring him food from the Harvest Festival (note the symbolic celebration), he tells them “One sometimes forgets the significance of one’s teeth. We’re not like the lower animals–teeth replaced regularly and all that–we’re of the mammals, you see. And mammals only get two chances, with teeth. . . .The problem with third molars is one is never sure whether one’s mouth will be quite large enough to accommodate them. They are the only part of the body that a man must grow into. . .Because they’re your father’s teeth, you see, wisdom teeth are passed down by the father, I’m certain of it. So you must be big enough for them” (144-145).
How does the motif of “teeth” function thematically in relation to the concept of chance v. choice? Mr. Hamilton suggests that people have a choice in how they care for their “teeth”, but we know that Archie makes life decisions based on the toss of a coin. Thinking again, as Smith suggests, about relationships among the characters; how do chance and choice come into play in terms of social interactions as suggested by theoretical readings?

In preparation for writing the full essay next week, you will practice connectin

In preparation for writing the full essay next week, you will practice connecting three body paragraphs to support a given thesis. The thesis you are supporting is:
Many modernist authors believed in the idea that, “the world is what we say it is.”
Use the PBEAR format for each paragraph to show how each of these texts demonstrates this modernist (thesis). Remember to use two pieces of text evidence for each paragraph.
Gertrude Stein, “Christian Bérard” Download Gertrude Stein, “Christian Bérard”
This poem takes place inside the house where the major character lives. The plot reaches its climax when the major female character opens her home to others and starts inviting people over to share a meal with her. From that point on, the course of the story changes and the narrator is no longer a lonely woman but rather someone who looks at the future with great faith and hope. (adapted from gradesaver.com)
John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath Download John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath(Excerpt)
In Oklahoma during the Great Depression, drought and dust storms—the Dust Bowl—have ruined farmers’ crops and destroyed livelihoods already damaged by the failing economy. (litcharts.com)
Richard Wright, “Black Boy” Download Richard Wright, “Black Boy”(Excerpt)
Black Boy, an autobiography of Richard Wright’s early life, examines Richard’s tortured years in the Jim Crow South from 1912 to 1927. In each chapter, Richard relates painful and confusing memories that lead to a better understanding of the man a black, Southern, American writer who eventually emerges. Although Richard, as the narrator, maintains an adult voice throughout the story, each chapter is told from the perspective and knowledge that a child might possess. Yet, because the narrative is told with such force and honesty, the reliability of Richard’s memories is not questioned. (cliffsnotes.com)

I’m to write an essay relating to 2 of the 3 following novels: 1-Paisley Rekdal,

I’m to write an essay relating to 2 of the 3 following novels: 1-Paisley Rekdal, Intimate: An American Family Photo Album (2012) 2-Valeria Luiselli, Lost Children Archive (2019) 3-Teju Cole, Every Day Is For the Thief (2007/2014) here are the instructions: Length: 4 pages, double-space, font 12 (circa 1000 words). The item, Works Cited, should appear on page #5 and is not included in the word count. Format: WORD documents only. Other formats (such as PDF) will not work. Resources: You may, but do not have to, use secondary resources. Should you elect to include secondary resources, make sure they are reliable and cite them. Citation: follow MLA citation system meticulously Essay Prompt: Autobiographical fiction and autofiction complicate any clear understanding of a coherent subject and moreover destabilize connections between the textual (or diegetic) world, and the world ‘outside’ the text, often referred to as ‘reality.’ The inclusion of photographs within such texts further complicates the “autobiographical subject” as well as its relation to the world outside the text. How does each text (of your choice) use photo-textual configurations to enhance its particular concerns within its specific context? In your response, focus on one or more of the following themes: self/other, insider/outsider, personal/familial/communal and/or national identity. Additionally consider: what role do memory and the archive play in these processes? Articulate a clear position (thesis) for each text and focus on one or two concrete examples to illustrate your points. You may or may not draw connections between the two texts.

I’m to choose one of the following options and write about Naomi Shihab Nye and

I’m to choose one of the following options and write about Naomi Shihab Nye and analyze her poems here are the professors’ instructions: 1. Choose one single element in your poet’s body of poems that you want to survey, and look at many poems that could help further your claim. An example of a single element might be: Letter from the Homefront: Marianne Moore’s Positions on Gender in War or Violent Metaphors in Solmaz Sharif’s Poems 2. Choose a single poem and analyze the many intersections of spectrums in that poem. An example of a single poem might be: Intersectional Narrations of Drew Pham “How to Remember Your Ancestors’ Names.” 3. Put two poets in conversation: Your poet and another poet of your choosing. An example of a poetic conversation might be: Wendy Rose’s Poetic Critical Response to Carolyn Forché Call of Witness or Formation of Race Wars: Claudia Rankine and Barbera Tran Use of Poetic Form Your paper must include significant poetic analysis of at least one poem Academic Work Citation Style: MLA or Chicago. Standard formatting. Please note that the citation component will be graded Paper Length- 5 pages, not including the cover page or the bibliography

Hi there. I have written an essay on Jekyll and Hyde and now I need to add 1-2 p

Hi there. I have written an essay on Jekyll and Hyde and now I need to add 1-2 pages on an adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde to my essay. My professor is letting us revise our papers and now I have to relate my essay to an adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde called Glass Scientists: https://www.theglassscientists.com/. This essay should rely on close-reading, visual analysis, shot analysis and make an original argument.

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P‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ost 1: Identify a character from both a fiction (Zitkala-Sa

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