Imagery of Angry Mob in Andy Borowits

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October, 2015

Imagery of Angry Mob in Andy Borowits

• In this chapter, William Moller argues that sports fans should not throw stones at their heroes for taking banned substances because fans create incentives to take drugs by demanding superhuman performance from mere mortals. How does Andy Borowitz use the image of an angry mob to make essentially the same point? Discuss this question in an essay of no more than two coherent, double spaced paragraphs. […]


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October, 2015

How Zola's portrayal of the lower class differs from Victor Hugo's portrayal of the poor as represented by Jean Valjean" In Emile Zola's novel

I need 2 pieces: Both approx. 4 pages in length First Topic:"The one on Germinal should be about how Zola's portrayl of the lower class differs from Victor Hugo's portrayl of the poor as represented by Jean Valjean" In Emile Zola's novel, read Part 4, In Victor Hugo's Les Misrables, read whatever part you feel is appropriate. Second Topic: Read Albert Camus book "The Outsider" and talk about how the books exemplifies Camus's existentialist philosophy […]


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October, 2015

Growing Up Too Fast

****Review the Chapter 12 selection, "Tweens: Ten Going On Sixteen" by Kay S. Hymowitz in The Longman Writer (pp. 212–216). Application: Respond to a Reading Using Supporting Evidence: Growing Up Too Fast The behavior of teens and "tweens" is often considered an issue of serious concern in today's society. From improper dress to drugs to sex and violence, many parents worry that adolescent behavior is out of control. In addition, some are concerned that the average age of adolescence is getting increasingly younger, and that many children are being forced—either by the media or by peer pressure—to grow up too... […]


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September, 2015

Film Analysis – Capitalism: A love Story by Micheal Moore

Need to watch the film below Film Analysis - Capitalism: A love Story by Micheal Moore Write a 6-page minimum (not including bibliography or cover page), double-spaced analysis paper about the persuasive principles you have either read from the text or from the discussions that you saw in the film. In your paper you should write about at a minimum 3 different principles, concepts and/or theories presented in the film and apply those concepts/principles/theories used by the director. Be specific in your analysis, citing examples, make comparisons, etc. It is imperative that you cite your sources, for example if you... […]


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September, 2015

Feminist Literary Criticism and Death of a Solider (From Hospital Sketches)

Having read the following: Archetypal/Myth Literary Criticism http://www.kristisiegel.com/theory.htm Feminist Literary Criticism http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/virtualit/fiction/critical.asp?e=2 Alcott, Louisa May (1863). “The Death of John.” a/k/a “Death of a Soldier.” From Hospital Sketches. Retrieved from http://www.online-literature.com/alcott/1977/. Also available at http://www.classicreader.com/book/2580/1/ and http://grammar.about.com/od/classicessays/a/Death-Of-A-Soldier-By-Louisa-May-Alcott.htm Howell, William Dean (1907). “Editha.” From Between the Dark and the Daylight. New York: Harper and Brothers. Retrieved from http://www.online-literature.com/william-dean-howells/4110/ . Also available at http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/howells/editha.htm Please proceed to the discussion instructions. Then, in a reply post of no fewer than 250 words, analyze and describe how a character is portrayed in either Alcott’s “Death of John” or in Howell’s “Editha,” applying at least... […]


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September, 2015

Faust (First Part, Translated by Peter Salm)

Write a short essay (approx. 1100 words) on the topic below. Secondary sources are neither required nor permitted, aside from Goethe's Faust (First Part, translated by Peter Salm). Choose a few passages from the text that you will explicate (i.e., read CLOSELY) in the course of your essay: the close readings you produce will be the building blocks of your argument. Because you only have a few pages, choose a few representative passages to read closely rather than trying to survey an entire text. Remember to be specific in your analysis and clear in stating your conclusions. Topic: In Plato's... […]


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September, 2015

Excerpt from “A Sketch of the Past” by Virginia Woolf

Directions: Answer the questions in the following format using short paragraph answers. Please leave your answers in the outline format. Cut-and-paste the outline format into a document, then simply type your answers into the outline. 1. What is the main idea, or thesis, you feel the writer is advancing. HINT: It will likely not be an obvious, single sentence. You will likely have to paraphrase it in a few sentences. 2. Interesting thought the writer uses to address his/her topic: a) Identify a specific idea the writer uses to address his/her topic that caught your attention. b) Explain that idea... […]


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September, 2015

Dynamics between Communities and Individuals

Bringing a theme from three novels; Beloved by Tony Morrison, Go Tell it On the Mountain by James Baldwin, and Light in August by William Faulkner. Assignment: Bringing elements of these three novel together with an argument thesis : You cant join a community if you don’t have individualities.. For example; Beloved: Denver; until Denver suddenly decide to take actions to become a person that she is able to go into the society because she has something she has to do,, once she break her attachment to her family she becomes able to enter the society. John Grimes: still tied... […]


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September, 2015

DOUBLE THEME OF EXILE AND IDENTITY

Donoso explores the double theme of exile and identity in this novella. Try to define (no dictionary def) those ideas and their human consequences in terms of the book and show how they affect the book's structure--its plot, characters, even its devices (metamorphosis for instance). How are the characters both formed and deformed by exile? Do not use the sentance "In his novel, The garden next door, Josй Donoso claims..." abb. "In TGND... […]


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September, 2015

Discuss at least one issue in the section "Coming to Terms with Place" by examining in detail at least one text from the section.

Write an essay of at least 750 words (3 pages) in which you discuss at least one issue in the section "Coming to Terms with Place" by examining in detail at least one text from the section. Your essay has to be analytical in approach, so the majority of your essay cannot be just a summary of the text(s).Your thesis-driven essay has to include evidence from the text(s) you are analyzing in the form of direct quotes and paraphrase. While you can include your own evidence, you have to make sure that the focus of your essay is about the... […]


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