Essay Instructions: The paper must be 6 pages long with the rest of the paper being an annotated bibliography. The primary source must be the book ("Native Son" - by Richard Wright ISBN 978-0-06-083756-3). The paper will be a Marxist Criticism of the characters from the book. I will attach a description and an example of a Marxist Criticism.
The annotated bibliography must be 3 to 5 sentences explaining source. Quote or paraphrase thesis of the source. How will the source be used should be explained.
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Essay Instructions: * Using at least one of the following critical methodologies write an analysis of some aspect of Jane Eyre. Methodology should be made clear in the paper's introduction. Thesis must be underlined.
* Biographical Strategies
* Formalist Critics
* New Critics
* Psychological Strategies
* Historical Strategies
* Literary History Criticism
* Marxist Criticism
* New Historicist Criticism
* Cultural Criticism
* Gender Strategies
* Feminist Criticism
* Gay and Lesbian Criticism
* Mythological Strategies
* Reader-Response Strategies
* Deconstructionist Strategies
* All papers should be word-processed, double-spaced, on one side of the paper only. Margins should be one inch on all sides. Follow MLA guidelines for all other formatting procedures.
* 5 pages of body and "Works Cited" page.
* No resources are required, however, they may be used.
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Essay Instructions: Yes I went over it a little more. ?Here''s the probably basic approach you''re
going to take:
You have two ways in which to enter the paper.
#1: You may find a particular problem or person in the play interesting, so
you may want to write about it. ?So you will look at the notes you have on
the schools of criticism and choose the one you think will work best with
the textual element you''re interested in. ?Then you will do your research by
choosing resources that address your problem/person and take the approach of
the school you''ve chosen. ?You will formulate a thesis and write an essay
that fleshes out and proves that thesis. ?The 5+ resources you use will be
part of your proof.
#2: You may also approach it by just choosing one of the schools of
criticism that you think sounds interesting. ?Then you would choose a
problem/person based on the fact that it reflects the school you''re
interested in. ?After choosing both things, you proceed the same way as in
For example, you may find Gertrude (the queen) to be an interesting
character. ?If you want to explain that she''s a strong person who''s being
kept down by the system because she''s a woman, you''d probably want to choose
feminism as your school of criticism. ?If you want to try to explain her
marriage to Claudius in terms of psychology, you''d choose psychoanalytic
criticism. ?Or, you may think Marxist criticism sounds really interesting,
and you want to look more into it. ?So you would choose something in the
text that you think would reflect Marxism (and you''re welcome to use the
topic suggestions I gave in class with the notes) and go from there.
Hope this has helped. ?Tomorrow, while I don''t need a list of the books and
articles you''re planning to use, I do need a topic proposal with your
probable thesis, your approach, and your audience. ?See you then.
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Essay Instructions: I am expanding a previous essay paper that I ordered from you. The writer's username was: Writer. Below are is the criteria for my research paper.
Your final paper assignment is to write a 10-12 page literary research paper on any of the texts we have read in class. This paper may be an extension of any of your previous papers in which you now include outside sources (at least 10), such as critical articles on the text (look at MLA bibliography, Project Muse and Jstor?all located on our library?s website), biographies of the authors, and/or research into specific historical contexts in which the book was written (i.e. a paper on Hope Leslie might contain a source on women?s literary writing and/or women?s rights in the early 19th century). Here are some questions you may want to consider before you begin your research:
What circumstances of the author?s life does the text reflect?
In what ways does the text exist in a relationship with other texts by the same author and with other texts from the same time period?
How might the text shift its meaning from one reader to the next? From one audience to the next, over time?
What is the reader?s role in making this text meaningful?
How does the text reflect certain cultural assumptions (about gender or culture, for instance) in the author?s and the readers? times?
What psychological motives underlie the characters? actions?
What are the economic or power relationships among the characters?
As well, remember to draw from critical models we have discussed in class, such as historical/biographical criticism, feminist criticism, mythological criticism, transnationalism and globalism, and Marxist criticism.
As we discussed in class, make sure that your paper contains a strong thesis statement in the beginning. The textbook, The Research Paper: A Guide to Library and Internet Research, explains a guideline for a good thesis: ?A thesis statement is usually a statement that someone else might disagree with. You will be presenting evidence in favor of your thesis statement, and someone else might present different evidence to counter your thesis statement. To be a good thesis statement, it should be somewhat controversial? (38). If you are not sure about your thesis statement, please have me check it and/or take your paper to the Writing Center in the Undergraduate Library, 2nd floor. As well, with all papers, be sure that each paragraph is a development of your thesis arranged in logical fashion. You may want to write a preliminary outline before writing so that you can be sure that you do not jump around and to be sure that your paper follows logical transitions.
Finally, the research paper must follow MLA format, which includes a Works Cited page (you must have at least 10 sources in your Works Cited page). If you are not sure about MLA format, please check one or both of the following websites: http://www.prenhall.com/rodrigues, and/or http://www.mla.org/main_stl.htm. Please use 12-point font, Times New Roman, double-spaced, with one-inch margins. Do NOT include a title page. Your name should be on the first page of the paper, following MLA guidelines.
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