Extract 4 (Romeo and Juliet, Act 3 Scene 2) JULIET O God, did Romeo’s hand she

Extract 4 (Romeo and Juliet, Act 3 Scene 2)
JULIET
O God, did Romeo’s hand shed Tybalt’s blood?
NURSE
It did, it did, alas the day, it did!
JULIET
O serpent heart, hid with a flow’ring face!
Did ever dragon keep so fair a cave?
Beautiful tyrant! Fiend angelical!
Dove-feather’d raven! Wolvish ravening lamb!
Despised substance of divinest show!
Just opposite to what thou justly seem’st,
A damned saint, an honorable villain!
O nature, what hadst thou to do in hell
When thou didst bower the spirit of a fiend
In mortal paradise of such sweet flesh?
Was ever book containing such vile matter
So fairly bound? O that deceit should dwell
In such a gorgeous palace!
NURSE
There’s no trust,
No faith, no honesty in men, all perjur’d,
All forsworn, all naught, all dissemblers.
Ah, where’s my man? Give me some aqua-vitae;
These griefs, these woes, these sorrows make me old.
Shame come to Romeo!
Question:
• How is language used in this extract to present ideas about the characters, and love and hate?
• Refer to word choices and a range of language techniques in your answer.
(20 marks)
essay structure:
introduction
4 body paragh- each para focus on 1 literary device and how that relates to the question. using format of PEEEL, Point, example, explanation, evaluation, link
conclusion
no sources/citation are needed

Title of essayAbject bodies: post-human trauma narration in modern Arabic specul

Title of essayAbject bodies: post-human trauma narration in modern Arabic speculative fiction.4000 wordsThe two primary texts on which the essay should be based are both attached as pdfsThe Queue, Basma Abdel Aziz,Melville House printing, 2016Frankenstein in Bagdad, Ahmed Saadawi, One world publisher, 2018secondary texts to also use to provide evidence to support argumentshttps://www.wordswithoutborders.org/article/january-2016-captivity-the-arab-spring-five-years-on
The “Arab Spring,” Five Years On – Words Without Borders
One of the most iconic chants invoked across the Arab region during the 2011 uprisings—“The people want to topple the regime”—has been said to echo a verse by Tunisian poet Abu al-Qasim al-Shabbi: “If, one day, the people want to live, then fate will answer their call. ” For many, the immediacy and performativity of revolutionary poetry seemed woven into the fabric of the 2011 …
www.wordswithoutborders.orgthree additional secondary texts are attached as added pdf filesplease show me a draft outline first

Acknowledgements Abstract Start from here Contents Introduction: reflexive accou

Acknowledgements
Abstract Start from here
Contents
Introduction: reflexive account and overview of research strategy – This is where you give a BRIEF overview of how you selected the research
Statistics
Chapter one
Critical evaluation of: (Paper 0ne).
Critique of methodology
Ontology
Epistemology
Ethical considerations
Chapter two
Critical evaluation of: (paper two).
Critique of methodology
Ethical considerations
Chapter three
Summary
Question what the research has shown.
Application to social work practice: Evaluation of the role of research and evidence-based approach, to social work practice.
Conclusion
ReferencesLearning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate independence in learning in relation to social work practice.2. Critically evaluate a wide range of appropriate literature and research evidence.3. Critique methodology used within selected research4. Critically evaluate the role of research and an evidence-based approach, to social work practice.5. Demonstrate a critical awareness of anti-oppressive issues when using a research and evidenced based approach to social work practiceUK referencing only and please use BCU havard way of referencing

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These should represent the themes or the poetic structures/art of your chosen poet. Cite the title of your poem and write a page on each of the poems exploring the relationship between the meaning/themes of the poem and the poetic devices or structures the poet uses to create the themes. You should cite from the poems in your analysis. Analyze the two poems, I, Too and Mother to Son by Langston Hughes, one page each. Do not include a header.

These should represent the themes or the poetic structures/art of your chosen po

These should represent the themes or the poetic structures/art of your chosen poet. Cite the title of your poem and write a page on each of the poems exploring the relationship between the meaning/themes of the poem and the poetic devices or structures the poet uses to create the themes. You should cite from the poems in your analysis. Analyze the two poems, I, Too and Mother to Son by Langston Hughes, one page each. Do not include a header.

Reflection Paper Purpose The purpose of this reflection paper is to work to make

Reflection Paper Purpose
The purpose of this reflection paper is to work to make sense of what you read based on A Modest Proposal and the different types of reader-response criticism.
Reflection Paper Instructions
For this Reading Journal, you want to work as a reader response critic. Review the different types of reader-response criticism and choose one to model when creating this discussion. Once you have chosen your style of reader response, write a paper that responds to the three different versions of Swift’s “A Modest Proposal.” How did your response change with each version? Which was your favorite? Why? You’ll want to work carefully to craft a paper that stays true to the kind of reader response you’ve chosen to practice here. Remember, you’re working as a Reader Response critic.
Reflection Paper Requirements
The Journal needs to be 500 or more words long, double spaced, with 12pt font. There is no heading required. Also, when quoting from course materials, be sure to use quotation marks. No sources from outside the course content are allowed for this assignment
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The Goal
While you’ve read Swift’s “A Modest Proposal,” it may have less of an impact on us today for many reasons. One of those reasons is because we are used to having images accompany words. For the discussion post in this unit, you will be asked to work as a Reader Response critic. However, before you continue with the material presented here, be sure that you have thoroughly considered Swift’s original text. How do you react to it? Since the piece is meant to be satire, is it possible to find it funny? How seriously do you take Swift’s words and ideas? What does it mean to you? Again, you’re a Reader Response critic. What did you like and dislike about the piece? Did you have an emotional response? Be sure to review Writing about Readers: Applying Reader Response Theory.
After you’ve thoroughly understood Swift’s text as a Reader Response critic, continue to the following videos.
Here’s another link to “A Modest Proposal,” in case you want to re-read it.
Version 1
A MODEST PROPOSAL
For preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the publick.
by Dr. Jonathan Swift
-Could be found online for free-just search
Version 2
The following short film provides an interpretation of “A Modest Proposal.” As you watch the film, compare your reaction to the text to the reaction you’re having to the film. Are they similar? Different? Is there humor here? Be sure to take notes to reflect on your reactions and compare them when you complete the discussion assignment.
A Modest Proposal 2013 (Short Film) (12:23)

Version 3
The following short film provides yet another interpretation of “A Modest Proposal.” As you watch the film, compare your reaction to the text to the reaction you’re having to the film. And consider the reaction you’re having to this film versus the reaction you had to the previous film. Are they similar? Different? Is there humor here? What is the relationship between words and images in both videos? Be sure to take notes to reflect on your reactions and compare them when you complete the discussion assignment.
A Modest Proposal (6:57)

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Types of reader response theory
– choose one for this paper
Experiential Reader Response
Textual Reader-Response Strategies
Psychological Reader Response
Social Reader Response
Cultural Reader Response

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1. Pick two literary periods that we have studied this semester; they may be British or American or both. Describe the defining characteristics of these periods. Then choose at least two authors studied during the course from each period and demonstrate how their works reflect these characteristics. Give specific examples from the authors’ texts.
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3. For this particular essay prompt you are expected to reflect on the role that imagination plays in the works of at least two authors from the course. How does imagination impact the ways in which the author of the work, or the protagonist within the work, sees the world around them? How does this reflect their inner-state of being? Is this a calm or tumultuous state? Ultimately, what does this reflection say about the particular work and the underlying themes that it represents?
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For your research paper due in week 7 (worth 20% of course grade), you will writ

For your research paper due in week 7 (worth 20% of course grade), you will write a literary analysis (with a specific, creative, focused thesis and opinionated argument) that meaningfully discusses 1-2 of the assigned readings this quarter and makes a unified argument with specific assertions and researched support. To support your analysis, you must use at least four secondary sources from the GMC library in addition to the literary work(s) discussed in your paper. The final paper must be at least 1500 words in length (and no more than 2000).
Thesis/Analysis
Your research paper must be a cohesive literary analysis of 1-2 of the assigned readings.
Your thesis statement must be clear, debatable, assignment-appropriate, and supported throughout your paper.
Avoid irrelevant biographical information or extensive plot summary. Your paper should prioritize focused literary analysis.
Research
You must use at least 4 secondary sources (in addition to primary sources- the literature itself) that provide critical arguments about the reading you’ve chosen. These sources should ONLY come from the GMC library databases.
You may quote, paraphrase, or summarize your sources, but don’t let your research dominate the paper- you are the driver of the paper’s argument, not your sources. For more information, view the Purdue OWL’s website: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/using_research/quoting_paraphrasing_and_summarizing/quoting_paraphrasing_and_summarizing.html
MLA Style
Your paper must be formatted according to MLA style.
You must include a works cited page at the end of your paper. Your works-cited should include entries for both your research sources as well as the assigned literature you’ve chosen to write about.
You must include in-text citations within the body of your paper when quoting or paraphrasing primary and secondary sources..
For more information about MLA style, you should view the How-To Guide: MLA Formatting and Citations page (near the top of our course page, under Additional Course Resources).
Grammar/Mechanics
All written assignments should be mechanically and grammatically correct with proper punctuation.
Avoid first-person language in formal academic writing.
For more information, view the Purdue OWL’s General Writing Resources page: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/general_writing_introduction.html
Organization
The introduction should name all relevant authors/works involved, and include a clear, appropriate thesis statement.
Each body paragraph should have a clear topic sentence that relates back to the thesis. The information in each paragraph should relate to the topic sentence.
The conclusion should rephrase your thesis, summarize key supporting ideas, and offer your final impressions and observations on the topic.
Bear in mind that the structure of a paper- the thesis statement, the introduction, and the conclusion- should all work together. Before you begin writing, I recommend that you write an outline to organize your ideas. Doing this should help you write a more logical, well-organized essay.

Consider the themes in the story, the characters, etc. What do you feel Irving w

Consider the themes in the story, the characters, etc. What do you feel Irving was trying to point out about the characters in the story? A five-page paper which uses five sources from the Alabama Virtual Library to help support your ideas. You must quote and cite from each of your five sources. You should use the literary present tense and write in third person. include a works cited page that includes entries for each of your five sources from the AVL as well as the story you chose from the anthology.

PASSAGE ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT SHEET FOR A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM The passage anal

PASSAGE ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT SHEET FOR A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
The passage analysis is a type of essay that requires you to think, examine and write about the elements of
a passage, looking at rhyme and imagery, and what it reveals or suggests about a character.
You will need to analyze a passage of 8 lines from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and use at least three quotes to analyze from your passage.
Due: 2/15 at the start of class
I. INTRODUCTION PARAGRAPH WITH THESIS STATEMENT
II. EVIDENCE FROM THE PASSAGE (Support #1)
A. Topic sentence (Sums up a major point about the story that helps support your interpretation).
Because of Freak’s physical disability and Max’s poor self-image, they endure teasing from a group of 8th graders,
Blade and his gang. Freak’s quick planning and creative thinking get them out of several dangerous situations.
B. Introduce Passage-Explain the scene where the quote takes place.
In one of the beginning scenes in the story, Blade and his punkster pals bully the boys into a pond. Kevin encourages Max to put him on his shoulders in order to walk deeper into the pond to outwit and escape the mean boys. His plan works.
C. Cite the passage.
“ In a small voice I say, ‘ Tell me what to do,’ and Freak pats me on the shoulder and says, ‘Just give me a nanosecond to process the alternatives.’…He does have a plan. Only the plan is to run out into the smelly millpond and drown us both…The pond is right ahead of me, and I’m sort of running along the edge, crunching over the bottles and cans and wrappers, and then I hear this zingy sound and I just know that Blade is swinging a knife, cutting the air right behind us, and there’s nowhere to go but into the pond, like Freak wants me to” (36- 37).
Eventually, after a short chase through the pond, the police arrive to help Max and Kevin. When the police ask for their names, Kevin states, “ ‘ We’re Freak the Mighty. That’s who we are. We’re nine feet tall in case you haven’t noticed”(40).
D. Explanation of Scene (What does this scene show about the character. Explain your reasoning for using this passage)
Kevin’s ingenuity helps the boys get out of a dangerous situation and eventually shows Kevin’s mom that Max is a good kid, nothing like his father. This is an important scene because from this moment on throughout the book, the boys call themselves Freak the Mighty. Kevin provides the directions and Max, the mobility and strength. This scene is the inciting incident because afterwards, the boys take on the world by going on quests and pretend to be knights in King Arthur’s court. Despite the teasing from other kids, Freak teaches Max to not worry as much about what others think, but to ignore the stares and mean words and be the person he wants to be. He teaches Max to take on the world with a mind full of creativity and wonderment. By the end of the novel, Max realizes that he is smarter than he imagined, became a great student, a writer and won the respect of Blade and the gang. This shows that being creative and working together to solve a problem can lead to exciting results and meaningful friendships.
III. EVIDENCE FROM THE PASSAGE (Support #2)
A. Topic Sentence
B. Introduce Quote
C. Cite Passage/Quote
D. Explain HOW
IV. EVIDENCE FROM THE PASSAGE (Support #3)
A. Topic Sentence
B. Introduce Quote
C. D.
V . A.
B. C.
Cite Passage/Quote Explain HOW
CONCLUSION
Restate your thesis
Restate your reasons/examples Wrap it up with your final thoughts.