I need to write an outline on a American Author. I am not sure how to write the information in outline format.
Study had to use 2 scholarly articles from scholarly journals, including academic or peer reviewed journals, 1 editorial article from a newspaper or magazine,1 book (no book reviews, reference books or general dictionary sources, 1 organizational, government or educational Internet source (.org, .gov, or .edu) to write a thesis
Locate and editorial in a newpaper, magazine, or journal on childhood obseity. an editorial is an article which exresses and opinon or viewpoint on the subject. Summary paragraph: Identify the author and title of the article in one sentence. In your own words, state the authorâ??s opinion (main point) on the issue. Explain h
Attached Files: Finn_Narc Goes School.pdf (577.786 KB) Article Critique: "Narcissus Goes to School" The hallmark of graduate level writing and beyond is interacting with scholarly sources. Yet, before one can interact, the writer must be able to comprehend an author's thesis and especially the implications of that thesi
Please help with the following problem regarding language and literature. Give at least 400 words in the solution. Briefly examine two literary elements in Lord of the Flies and how they contribute to the meaning of the novel.
1. Read Tim O'Brien's "Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong." 2. Visit the PBS website about the NEA's program called Operation Homecoming. This program encourages returning veterans to record their experiences when they come home from war. The website includes links to memoirs in the form of journals, letters, video diaries, animat
Carter, "The Company of Wolves" (1580-1587) 1. Read Angela Carter's version of the Red Riding Hood fairy tale. 2. Answer this question: Does Carter's version radically departs from Perrault's and the Grimms', or does it basically resemble them?
Perrault, "Little Red Riding Hood" Brothers Grimm, "Little Red Cap" 1. Read the Perrault and Grimm versions of the Red Riding Hood fairy tale. 2. Answer questions 1, 2, and 3. Make sure you use specific details and quotes from the stories to support your answers. Question1: Does Red Riding Hood seem basically the same in
1-You mention about movies: "We viewers infer what the characters are thinking, feeling, and the motivations behind what they do and say, based on what they say and how they behave on screen" as related to comparisons between what can be shown or told in a book versus what can be shown or told in a movie. How can you truly know
First, consider the following discussion from: "The Romanticization of Love in the Mass Media" by Dr. Mary-Lou Galician: Higher usage of certain mass media is related to unrealistic expectations of relationships and leads to dissatisfaction in real-life relationships. Disney romance is deeply ingrained into the American psych
Text On Liberty John Stuart Mill, 1859 ...The object of this Essay is to assert one very simple principle, as entitled to govern absolutely the dealings of society with the individual in the way of compulsion and control, whether the means used be physical force in the form of legal penalties or the moral coercion of public
I had tried to get a posting to you previously, but it wouldn't let me select your name. I am doing a big project on Hamlet and am looking at various aspects of the four films and how they differentiate and which one(s) are the most accurate to Shakespeare's play. Is there anything you can tell me about any of them that I might
In this assignment you will read two stories that deal with the theme of love. Kate Chopin wrote at the end of the 19th century and created nontraditional female characters that react to their culturally stifling lives in unexpected ways. In the other story, Raymond Carver, who wrote during the 1960's and 70's, presents a con
I need to write a reaction, discussing the novel "The Great Gatsby". Topics of the paper will deal with the elements of the novel such as theme, setting, characterization, tone, irony, and symbolism. It will not be a plot summary.
Read the essay by Paul Gray "What is Love?" â?¢ In his article, Gray claims: "Like the universe, the more we learn about love, the more preposterous and mysterious it is likely to appear" (3). â?¢ He also states: "Romance is real. It is not merely a conceit; it is bred into our biology" (1). â?¢ After reading t
Choose at least one of the plays from the list of readings for this week. It is suggested you read the play and view the play as well (film, on stage, etc.) Write a short summary of the chosen play incorporating the main points. Was it comedy or tragedy? What feelings does the play evoke? What ideas does the play express and wha
Should I8 years old be allowed to drink? write a response to this making as many logical mistakes disagreeing with it. you can find an examples of fallacies on this link: http://www.onegoodmove.org/fallacy/toc.htm
Deliverable Length: 500-750 words in your own words After the former U.S. Vice President Al Gore received the Nobel Prize for his work and efforts to raise awareness about global warming, he was asked to prepare a white paper on the subject. To enhance his credibility, he plans to present points and counterpoints to the
1. Create an outline for the essay you will write. Start with the thesis statement you wrote for the analytical essay that will discuss the effects of your rewritten ending. 2. Write the thesis (revised as necessary) at the top of the outline. 3. Write the topic sentence for each main point that you plan to use to support the
Review Perleman and Olbrechts-Tyteca's theory of rhetoric. Is it possible to "argue/reason" with yourself? If so, is it a reliable way of testing our reasoning?
Reflect on the new ending you created for "Pagan Night." For example, you may claim that changing character, symbolism, and setting also changed one theme. In the body of your essay, make sure to tell us what that theme is! This is an example of framing your argument with three causes and one effect. OR you may claim that changi
Discuss the usefulness of documentation to the reader of a research paper.
Braverman, "Pagan Night" Write an alternate ending for this story. You can add to the ending or replace this ending with one of your own. Try to stay true to the story itself while making one or two changes in one of the elements of short stories (plot, structure, point of view, characters, setting, imagery, or language) and
1. Read "Pagan Night" and brainstorm a list of 10 conflicts you notice. Include internal and external conflicts. 2. After completing your list, freewrite for five minutes about one or two of the conflicts. Your freewrite should look like brainstorming--fast, creative, stream-of-consciousness, herky-jerky and then fluid, etc. It
This posting discusses how Edgar Allan Poe manipulates literary language to develop the plot, and powerfully impact his audience in "The Fall of the House of Usher."
Discuss the connection between the power of the word to affect events in this story. At the beginning of the story, the narrator links the house that the Ushers live in with their bloodline, and when both characters die at the end, the house physically collapses. Similarly, the noises that Madeline makes in approaching Roderick'
What the main points related to compare and contrast between"And of Clay Are We Created " story by Isabel Allende" and the recent Chilean mine crisis and indicating the themes with supporting quotes?
Select 10 school appropriate songs you believe explain the plot, characters, conflicts, setting, etc. Provide the name of the song, artist, and a small explanation of why each song belongs in your list.
-Explore the speaker in the poem (not the poet) by studying the language the speaker uses and his or her apparent moods and motivations. What facts do you know about the speaker from the poems? What facts can you infer from the poem? What reasonable guesses can you make about the speaker's sex, age, ethnicity, education, family
Imagine yourself directing a production of The Glass Menagerie. List the answers to these questions in the forum. ? Who would you cast in the roles of the mother and daughter? Why? ? What would the scenery look like? ? Would there be music? What music? Think about the conflicts in The Glass Menagerie. Answer the followi
Animal Farm by George Orwell- An in depth look into the background, reasons for writing Animal farm, Point of Animal Farm, Propaganda used and the Symbolism throughout the book.
A look into the who, what, how and why of Animal Farm. This solutions explores the reasons George Orwell could have written Animal Farm and the influences surrounding him. Furthermore with propaganda surrounding George in the physical world he transformed that into various forms of propaganda and symbolism throughout the book.