Aim for some nuance/complexity in your theme.

Directions: Write an essay that identifies a major theme in either Carter’s “The Company of Wolves”, Carver’s “Cathedral”, Faulkner’s “That Evening Sun”, or Colette’s “The Hand.” Then show how relevant elements of fiction (e.g., character, setting, point of view, symbolism, tone, style, irony, etc.) contribute to the story’s development of that theme. You should focus… Continue reading Aim for some nuance/complexity in your theme.

The topic for research #3 is:

Here is your second research assignment. As always, you will fill out the research/annotated bibliography form located in the Research Guidelines. And as indicated you will fill out TWO sources for each topic. The topic for Research #3 is: Guatemala 1954 CIA backed dictatorship Any questions, please let me know.

English 2620 is like a vintage “choose your own adventure” novel.

English 2620 is like a vintage “Choose Your Own Adventure” novel. In this class, you will choose one of two possible course projects. Yes, you heard right–you will do one of the below projects, not both. This allows you to play to your strengths (are you a better writer or a better graphic designer?) and… Continue reading English 2620 is like a vintage “choose your own adventure” novel.

For more formal essay responses, this criteria refers specifically to the introductory paragraph, which should provide a clear hook, relevant background information, and a well-articulated thesis.

As discussed in this module, Poe’s stories are fantastic examples of Dark Romanticism. Prompt: In a well-organized FORMAL essay (meaning you must have clear intro, body, and concluding paragraphs), address the following questions regarding BOTH “The Tell – Tale Heart” and “The Cask of Amontillado” with AT LEAST 500 words: How are BOTH texts important… Continue reading For more formal essay responses, this criteria refers specifically to the introductory paragraph, which should provide a clear hook, relevant background information, and a well-articulated thesis.

1- work record submission : must have 5 sources.

1- work record submission : must have 5 Sources. Each source must include the APA7 citation, reference and notes (in note form). 2- essay outline submission : You get points for following the structure of the outline, producing APA 7citations and references, and wirting in note form. Explain the types, uses, and drawbacks of Artificial… Continue reading 1- work record submission : must have 5 sources.

First, read simon & garfunkel’s song lyrics.

In 1966, Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) wrote a song entitled “Richard Cory,” providing his interpretation of E.A. Robinson’s poem by the same name. First, read Simon & Garfunkel’s song lyrics. Then, listen to a live version of the song below on Youtube: After reading AND listening to the song, answer the following: (a)… Continue reading First, read simon & garfunkel’s song lyrics.

In this effort, no organization is a dedicated as the american red or as efficent as that organization in handling blood under emergency conditions.

The Context: Did you know that donated blood lasts only 72 hours? As a result of it’s brief “shelf-life” even under optimal conditions, the blood in emergency supplies must be replenished nearly constantly. In this effort, no organization is a dedicated as the American Red or as efficent as that organization in handling blood under… Continue reading In this effort, no organization is a dedicated as the american red or as efficent as that organization in handling blood under emergency conditions.

In it you will expand on the argument you began making in your exploratory publish (see the exploratory publish prompt in module 1 for details about that publish).

Your Middle publish of Essay 1 should be 3-5 pages, typed, double-spaced. In it you will expand on the argument you began making in your Exploratory publish (see the Exploratory publish Prompt in Module 1 for details about that publish). As you expand from your Exploratory publish, use your peer’s feedback and clarify your central… Continue reading In it you will expand on the argument you began making in your exploratory publish (see the exploratory publish prompt in module 1 for details about that publish).