Literature Question

Write a 3 paragraph essay (5-6 sentences each) about The Tempest. Discuss the theme of control and authority. How did the events in the play develop based on domination and as a result, restrict characters in the play from continuing in their path?
Paragraph 1- Discuss the theme in relation to the plot development in general.
Paragraph 2- Pick a character from the play who used his authority to control others and the development of the plot. Elaborate your thoughts by giving specific examples from the text.
Paragraph 3- Pick a specific incident or symbol that helped control the different characters in the story. Make sure to explain and give specifics to prove the logistics to your claim.
~ Vocabulary: Pick only 10 words from the list. Make sure to use the words correctly. Please italicize, underline, or bold the words so that I know which ones you picked.
Attest, plethora, stalemate, temperate, catharsis, culpable, mitigate, somnolent, intractable, transpire, cognizant, picayune, disarray, ruminate, ineffable, dearth, ebullient, harbinger, avarice, stigma

Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love”

Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love” and claim that both works show how desire tempts people to lose control of their reason and may even have lethal consequences.Consistent with the thematic units of the course, this essay asks that you explore one or two of the literary texts on the syllabus from the perspective of one of the following course themes: heroism, love, desire, tragedy, social diversity, and social change. You may choose any text(s) for analysis and investigate it through any one of the themes. Please note well that this essay asks for you to determine what comment the author is making about the theme in question. The paper cannot merely report that the theme emerges in the work because that kind of perspective is typically self-evident and provides no basis for argument.Claim. Be sure to include a clear, arguable claim that states how the text(s) develops the theme in question. For instance, you might pick Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love” and claim that both works show how desire tempts people to lose control of their reason and may even have lethal consequences. A solid claim always requires your providing a strong supply of evidence for demonstration.Development. Through the use of quotations and paraphrases, assemble enough relevant textual evidence to sufficiently backup the claim. Also, craft an introduction, body, and conclusion to give your essay the shape and focus demanded by its audience.For this paper, you must integrate evidence from the primary text(s) as well as from two secondary sources, which must be of the scholarly variety. Excellent databases for scholarly articles include The Literary Reference Center, Literature Online (LION) (ProQuest), and MLA International Bibliography. Access them through GALILEO and cite them using MLA style on a separate Works Cited page. You may also use paper sources found in MGA libraries, but under no circumstances draw on any sources, such as Wikipedia, found on the Web.Audience. Attend to your academic audience’s needs. Anticipate its knowledge level, concerns, values, and possible biases about your claim (especially if you pose a controversial claim).Cohesion. Deploy words, phrases, and clauses as well as varied syntax (word order) to link the major sections of the text. The sense of cohesion generated should also clarify the relationship between the claim and evidence.Conventions. Modify your language to create a formal, objective tone that demonstrates standard English conventions of usage and mechanics while attending to the norms of MLA Style. Such norms include the use of one-inch margins, headers, double spacing, italics for titles (e.g. Endgame), quotation marks for titles of short stories and poems (e.g. “To Autumn”), Times New Roman or Calibri font size twelve, and documentation (in-text citations and a Works Cited page).

Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love”

Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love” and claim that both works show how desire tempts people to lose control of their reason and may even have lethal consequences.Consistent with the thematic units of the course, this essay asks that you explore one or two of the literary texts on the syllabus from the perspective of one of the following course themes: heroism, love, desire, tragedy, social diversity, and social change. You may choose any text(s) for analysis and investigate it through any one of the themes. Please note well that this essay asks for you to determine what comment the author is making about the theme in question. The paper cannot merely report that the theme emerges in the work because that kind of perspective is typically self-evident and provides no basis for argument.Claim. Be sure to include a clear, arguable claim that states how the text(s) develops the theme in question. For instance, you might pick Rossetti’s Goblin Market in combination with García Márquez’s “Death Constant Beyond Love” and claim that both works show how desire tempts people to lose control of their reason and may even have lethal consequences. A solid claim always requires your providing a strong supply of evidence for demonstration.Development. Through the use of quotations and paraphrases, assemble enough relevant textual evidence to sufficiently backup the claim. Also, craft an introduction, body, and conclusion to give your essay the shape and focus demanded by its audience.For this paper, you must integrate evidence from the primary text(s) as well as from two secondary sources, which must be of the scholarly variety. Excellent databases for scholarly articles include The Literary Reference Center, Literature Online (LION) (ProQuest), and MLA International Bibliography. Access them through GALILEO and cite them using MLA style on a separate Works Cited page. You may also use paper sources found in MGA libraries, but under no circumstances draw on any sources, such as Wikipedia, found on the Web.Audience. Attend to your academic audience’s needs. Anticipate its knowledge level, concerns, values, and possible biases about your claim (especially if you pose a controversial claim).Cohesion. Deploy words, phrases, and clauses as well as varied syntax (word order) to link the major sections of the text. The sense of cohesion generated should also clarify the relationship between the claim and evidence.Conventions. Modify your language to create a formal, objective tone that demonstrates standard English conventions of usage and mechanics while attending to the norms of MLA Style. Such norms include the use of one-inch margins, headers, double spacing, italics for titles (e.g. Endgame), quotation marks for titles of short stories and poems (e.g. “To Autumn”), Times New Roman or Calibri font size twelve, and documentation (in-text citations and a Works Cited page).

In Cold Blood: DayDreams and dreams

Discuss
the dreams and daydreams that have played in the book so far. What role do they
play? Could they have been omitted and not affected the emotional effect of the
story on readers? Why or why not? State your opinion, supporting it with your
feeling of how the dreams affect the story.
There
are a few things that puzzle the investigators about how much the Clutter
murders took place. Choose three of them, and explain why they puzzle the
police and KBI
What
do you feel is the true motivation behind Dick and Perry’s crime? State your
view and support it with evidence from the book.

Jigsaw Group Activity for Reading the Richard Ill Presentation

Dear Writer,
please create a presentation about the Richard 111 play act 1. You have to give give a brief overview of what happens in the ACT and then discuss the literary elements.
📋 MAIN DETAILS:
To improve the your comprehension of Richard Ill, you will participate in a Jigsaw Activity . Since Richard Ill has five acts, you will be divided into five groups. Each group will be asked to read one act of the play Richard Ill and to create a five to seven-minute reenactment, presentation or video to explain what occurs in their ACT and its literary elements. Your presentation must also include a voice over.

Literature Asian American

1. Revise the paper based on feedback ( or which part you think is wrong)
Format:
This essay paper should be at least 1300 words (approx. 5 pages), double-spaced, with 1-inch margins, in MLA format. Please include an MLA works cited.
2. Task. After turning in your final project, you will give a 10-minute presentation on your project
Literary analysis: Your presentation does not need to include your entire paper. Instead, you might tell us your main argument and provide one or two examples or close readings from your paper. You won’t have time to discuss all of it, so pick the highlights. You’ll want to focus on making your essay interesting, engaging, and accessible to an audience who may or may not be familiar with your topic (depending on what text you’re working with). You may, but are not required to, use a visual.
Format. Your presentation should be 10 minutes

Literature Question

Dear Writer,
please write a Lesson 16 Essay on Literature.
📋 MAIN DETAILS:
1. Initial Research: Identify a selection of literature of your own choosing [not one of the books you were assigned in this class–choosing one of the books we already covered will result in a failing paper grade] where you have identified the presence and/or influence of religion. This selection of literature should not conventionally be considered a religious text (e.g., a sacred book or literature where a specific religion is a qualifier for the genre) in the same way as the three books you have read in this class. “Literature” can include a range of genres including novels, memoirs, drama/plays, comic books, etc.
2. Context: Throughout this class you have learned to identify and analyze the presence and influence of religion in facets of society where many people do not conventionally expect, such as with American civil religion. You have also learned to see this more specifically in the context of literature. In your research you have now identified this type of connection in a selection of literature of your own.
3. Imagine you are writing to persuade an audience of your scholar peers who do not expect to find religion in any unexpected places. They believe religion is generally compartmentalized from most of the rest of human experience and obvious when found only in expressly religious books and authors. Write a persuasive essay identifying and analyzing the presence and influence of religion on your selection of literature.
Use any literature, just don’t use:
The Fault in Our Stars
The Glass Castle
Between the World and Me

Literature Asian American

1. Revise the paper based on feedback ( or which part you think is wrong)
Format:
This essay paper should be at least 1300 words (approx. 5 pages), double-spaced, with 1-inch margins, in MLA format. Please include an MLA works cited.
2. Task. After turning in your final project, you will give a 10-minute presentation on your project
Literary analysis: Your presentation does not need to include your entire paper. Instead, you might tell us your main argument and provide one or two examples or close readings from your paper. You won’t have time to discuss all of it, so pick the highlights. You’ll want to focus on making your essay interesting, engaging, and accessible to an audience who may or may not be familiar with your topic (depending on what text you’re working with). You may, but are not required to, use a visual.
Format. Your presentation should be 10 minutes

Literature Question

Part 1:
Case Study Bertha
Specify appropriate instructional strategies.
Describe and discuss the compendium of services for exceptional people including early life services, services provided during the school and adult years and future perspectives.
Describe and discuss the nature, intent and spirit of P.L. 94-142, 99-457, 101-476 and the 1997

Literature Question

FINAL PAPER TOPIC
The stories of Frankenstein and Never Let Me Go are both inspired by the dark side of science and the failure of the modern world to be always in control of progress.
Even though the two novels were published almost two centuries apart they both examine the consequences of scientific ambition and the politics of scientific society in different historical contexts.
Mary Shelley’s time is the beginning of the world as we know it: modern, secular, greedy, hopeful, regretful, uncertain, arrogant, naive, anxious, eager, Promethean, immoral.
Ishiguro’s time –our time— appears to be as contradictory: great achievement and moral bankruptcy seem to be the two sides of progress as depicted in Never Let me Go. The shadow of Shelley’s defiant, solitary and marginalized creature in Frankenstein casts his shadow over Ishiguro’s novel: he is the new “other,” and this time he is multiplied, domesticated, and systematically used and abused supposedly for the benefit of humanity.

Your task for this paper is to draw some comparative threads between these two novels and discuss similarities and contrasts in patterns, trends and motifs. Go beyond the obvious “uncontrolled-science-is-bad-for-us” thinking. Think of the two novels you have read and of the reactions they prompted. How did they make you feel? Why? Were you shocked at certain moments? Appalled? Thrilled? In disbelief? Did you detect any connections between the story lines and the symbolisms of the two works? This is the general frame. Then start brainstorming and isolate certain instances from both novels that reveal comparable mindsets and conclusions. To do so you may choose to discuss characters’ actions, dialogs, descriptions, motives, and/or the authors’ representation(s) of certain situations, characters and circumstances.

***You should begin this paper by having a clear comparable thesis. ***
You are comparing two novels, two periods, one or two prominent theme(s) in the novels, and naturally one or more characters. Think small and avoid generalizations. Be aware of the distance between Shelley’s Romantic period and Ishiguro’s postmodern landscape. Build your thesis around a clear argument that emerges from your own reading and understanding of the novels, and your own curiosity to take it further.

All rules of grammar and syntax already discussed apply. The paper should be about 3-4 pages double-spaced (no less no more, unless you want to write more) and it is due May 17 by 11:30PM.
Never Let Me Go E-Book: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/7849757/nev…
Frankenstein PDF: Attached
In the subject line of your email please cite the following:
FINAL PAPER, CMP 2850

In anticipation of your final paper please observe all the following rules we have discussed extensively:
-Have a title that best captures your topic and the spirit of your paper
-Remember to put main titles in italics
-Insert page numbers
-Do not jump from tense to tense, stick with one tense
-Make sure your third-person verb forms are correct
-Have transitions (paragraphs)
-Do not ever address the reader as YOU -instead use ONE or WE: “As one/we may argue…”
-Be aware of the rules of punctuation
-Know not only the forms of figurative language but also how to use them
-Introduce quotes properly: “according to…”, or “as the author states/claims/argues/maintains/declares/ponders…” (a while ago I posted a related link on the subject)
-Use specific examples in the form of quotes from the texts to illustrate your points
-DRAW AN OUTLINE before you write the paper
-Have a clear thesis and personal perspective on the topic
-Do not oversimplify or generalize and AVOID clichés. Be specific and think small
-Use synonyms; never repeat the same word more than twice in a short paper.