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World Lit II is explored in terms of Moliere.

These inquiries are examined: In Tartuffe, we see two characters who act with supposedly pious intentions: Tartuffe and Orgon. Tartuffe is the most blatant hypocrite in the play because he pretends to be pious in order to elevate himself in social rank so he can enjoy a life of luxury. Orgon has an unquestioning belief that

Lorraine Hansberry's play is assessed in terms of characters, plot, climax, etc.

This posting addresses these issues: Where do the major elements of a play's structure begin and end in Hansberry work? For example, what part of the play marks the beginning of the work's climax? (1 Paragraph) In Acts I and II, how does Bobo serve as a foil to Walter Lee? Among the other supporting characters, what is th

This posting offers reader response ideas about the short story.

This posting uncovers these ideas: Read Tobias Wolfe's "Say Yes" .While reading, begin to journal your responses using the following guidelines and categories, and prior to writing your precis, write a journaled response focusing on these categories. Needs to be 3 Paragraphs Journal Your First Impressions: Take time t

Literary heroes are explored.

This posting answers this inquiry with sample ideas: Heroes and how we understand them are frequently influenced by the society in which they live or the times and events within their life spans. Create four visually dynamic slides that study the make-up of these heroes. (Tie the elements of the presentation together. Include

Heroism

You are part of the studio senior review committee selected to determine a working definition of heroism by examining the roles heroes and heroines in earliest literary works. Define heroism using your understanding or your experience of heroic figures both in your personal life as well as according to the standard Aristotelian

Warrant Cause and Effect

1. Define warrant in your own words, and explain why the warrant is important in an argument. 2. Select either "Finding Your Future," "Stop Me Before I Shop Again," or "Runner's Story" and explain whether it uses inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or both. Make sure you illustrate your claims with evidence (examples

Support and Claim Analysis

This posting analyzes a chosen selection for the claim and support of its argument. It also analyzes a selection for all aspects of claim, support, and the relationship between the two using these core questions: What is the central claim (thesis) of the essay you're analyzing? Where is it located in the essay? What type of

Oscar Acceptance Speech

Please help with the following problem. This posting provides tips about how to write an Oscar acceptance speech. It also offers a brief acceptance speech if you won an Oscar award.

A Student Survival Guide is listed.

IHelp with a Student Survival Guide is given. It should touch upon these 5 areas: Conducting Successful Library and Internet Searches, Upholding Academic Honesty, Developing Effective Study Skills, Managing Time Wisely and setting and achieving goals. Use details to make your action plans realistic as possible. Possible sub topi

A review of King's speech is given.

This posting identifies the methods that King uses to make his language clearer, vivid, and appropriate. It also comments on King's use of familiar words, concrete words, imagery, and organization in the writing.

Literary heroes are listed.

This posting offers a current understanding of what a heroic character is and the role of such a figure ought to play in our culture.

Emily Dickinson

This essay has us performing some research into the author's lives and how the way they lived influenced their writing. In the essay, discuss how the author used style as a means to convey their messages about faith and doubt. Remember style refers to the words and sentence structure that an author uses to present material.

Mahatma Gandhi

This essay has us performing some research into the author's lives and how the way they lived influenced their writing. In the essay, discuss how the author used style as a means to convey their messages about faith and doubt. Remember style refers to the words and sentence structure that an author uses to present material.

Literature and social reality paper

During this period the American society was being pushed and pulled in different directions by a variety of social forces and trends. These forces and trends are reflected in period literature in many ways. Select one of the period's defining themes and write a 1,050 to 1,400-word paper exploring how your selected theme reflects

Thesis Statements

Need help with how to create a thesis statement for an essay or speech. Please help with this problem in at least 500 words.

The literary canon - mini canons, diversity, feminism

I need to know why there aren't many women included on the list of literary canons. I know that women have been discriminated against, and that many women authors have written great works that are worthy of canonization, but how can more women obtain canonization and what benefits would there be to society if women were include

Faith and Doubt

Faith and Doubt Format: MLA This essay has us performing some research into the author's lives and how the way they lived influenced their writing. In the essay, discuss how 2 of the authors used style as a means to convey their messages about faith and doubt. Remember style refers to the words and sentence structure tha

Culture and Identity

This essay will use critical analysis. After reading the literary works attached, consider the following question: How does literature about culture and identity add to our present day society? Consider what this literature adds to society, why the authors felt compelled to create it, and what this means on both an individual l