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World Literature help is given.

Early 17th century literature is examined in these areas: ?Define the elements of a story within the work chosen ?Setting ?Characters ?Plot Development ?Symbolism ?The impact these elements have when used in combination of each

Medea characters are assessed.

This posting analyzes the characters of Jason and Medea in Euripides' Medea in terms of what Aristotle says about characters. Does Euripides follow the rules?

Postwar Emerging Issues in Literature

I need some assistance with the following please: The postwar era was initially a placid one in which life, at least on the surface, seemed placid. By the end of the 1950s and into the 1960s, several undercurrents that were stirring in the previous decade began emerging into the mainstream discussions of America. These includ

Literary devices are explained.

These areas are examined: Define the elements of a story Setting Characters Plot Development Symbolism The impact these elements have when used in combination of each other

Literary concepts are briefly examined.

This posting discusses trends within the Early Seventeenth Century. (1603-1660) such as point of view, use of symbolism, central theme, the writer's style and what work can best exemplify this century and why.

Imagist poets

During this period, poets focused heavily on imagery in their poems. A school of poetry exists called "Imagism," which put much emphasis on the importance of extremely clear imagery in poetry. How do the images used by poets from this period relate to the larger political realities of the period?

This paper offers ideas about cloning and Frankenstein.

Topic: Cloning I need some ideas to write a five page researched paper. Based on the reading Shelley's Frankenstein. Need to focus on deal with current issues in the medical and/or scientific field that directly relate to society today or to an issue of personal responsibility or a moral or ethical dilemma. Three outside sourc

Analyzing Children's Literature for High School or College. What do the classic stories tell us about the nature of humanity? What does Alice in Wonderland have to tell us about motherhood? What can Harry Potter tell us about universal symbols? How can I get started?

Ever have trouble coming up with an idea for a paper on Children's Literature? This article will help with just that problem. It will give you tips for analysis, ideas for themes, lists of stories, and thorough examples of topics. It also includes a list of resources for additional information.

Mark Twain comparisons in "Two ways of Seeing a River"

Discuss Twain's use of comparison-contrast in "Two ways of Seeing a River." Does he compare or contrast the ideas/subjects in his essay? Does he use a point-by-point or block pattern? What, exactly, is he comparing/contrasting, and to what end?

Process Paragraph

You have been asked to submit a process paragraph on one of two topics: 1. How to Find the Perfect Mate 2. How to Change a Flat Tire Knowing what you have learned about process papers, choose one topic and discuss how you would employ some of the following elements: organization, tools, fixed, loose, order, preparation.

Help with essay ideas is given.

Help with a comparison-contrast essay paper is given. This paper differentiates between high school and college courses. It explains the process/steps to set up a paper.

Someone has left their tennis shoes in the middle of the floor.

The following sentence contains an error in pronoun agreement. Discuss four ways you might correct the pronoun agreement, while ensuring that the sentence remains gender-fair. Someone has left their tennis shoes in the middle of the floor. NEED HELP PUTTING TOGETHER A 200-WORD ESSAY RESPONSE

Gulliver's Travels by Swift is examined.

This quote is explained: "I attempted to rise, but was not able to stir: for as I happened to lie on my back, I found my arms and legs were strongly fastened on each side to the ground; and my hair, which was long and thick, tied down I the same manner. I likewise felt several slender ligatures across my body, from my armpits t

"The Yellow Wallpaper"

Part I: Read "The Yellow Wallpaper" on page 233. In your groups, using the small group discussion board, consider the following questions: Describe the character in "The Yellow Wallpaper." Is she flat or round, representative or individual? In the beginning, the narrator refers to her husband John and herself as "ordinary

Contrasting of Writing Styles between Different Authors

Read Dorothy Parker's "The Standard of Living" and Toni Cade Bambara's "The Lesson". Clearly, these stories were written not only by different authors, but with different styles. Write a response that addresses the issues of literary style. Your response should specifically focus on the following question: - Compare and contras

The fundamentals of a story are briefly overviewed.

These areas are covered: Your team has been given a new project to create content for a chapter focusing on the fundamentals of a story. Beforehand, you take the individual task to start a discussion group to brainstorm ideas for the chapter. You put together an outline for the discussion to make sure it remains on-task. Your