Write a 900-1200 double spaced ESSAY on 'VANITY' *vanity: 'that which is vain,futile,worthlless, that which is of no value or profit'
Essay will include both Samuel Johnson's 'The Vanity of Human Wishes' and Alexander Pope
's 'The Rape of the Lock'.
Essay will focus on MOCK HEROIC FORM/JUVELEAN
The book I'm using is 'The Broadview Anthology of British Literature - The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century, Volume Three; However, both works are readily available online for ease of access.
Introduction: Include briefly some information on both authors(Johnson and Pope
) and the definition of VANITY.
Thesis may state: The use of ancient poetic forms in the text demonstrate/or/reveal a tension between _________, which suggests ______________.
Paragraph 1: argument shows how FORM (MOCK HEROIC FORM/JUVELEAN)reinforces theme of GREED/VANITY in 'The Vanities of Human Wishes'
Paragraph 2. agrument shows how FORM (MOCK HEROIC FORM/JUVELEAN)reinforces theme of VANITY in 'The Rape of the Lock'
Paragraph 3: argument shows SIGNIFICANCE or what is REVEALED by the similarities or differences between the two works.
Conclusion: i. show how the sub arguments prove thesis; and, ii. explain what this shows about British 18th C literature
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"Alexander Pope." Books and Writers. April 29, 2009. http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/apope.htm
Johnson, Samuel. The Vanity of Human Wishes. Full e-text available April 29, 2009 at http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rbear/johnson.html
"Juvenalian satire." Encyclopedia Britannica. 2009. Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 29 Apr.
"Samuel Johnson." Books and Writers. April 29, 2009. http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/samuelj.htm
Pope. Alexander. The Rape of the Lock. Full e-text available April 29, 2009 at http://poetry.eserver.org/rape-of-the-lock.html