I need the thesis and outline by midnight tonight, and the actual paper by next Saturday, April 21, 2018. Outline: I. (Introduction in final paper)Thesis: II. A.B.C.III. A.B.C.IV. A.

I need the thesis and outline by midnight tonight, and the actual paper by next Saturday, April 21, 2018.Outline: I. (Introduction in final paper)Thesis: II. A.B.C.III. A.B.C.IV.            A.            B.            C.V. Conclusion end of paper due on April 18, 2018

Essay 5: Poetry ExplicationA poetry explication is a relatively short analysis which describes the possible meanings and relationships of the words, images, and other small units that make up a poem.

Essay 5: Poetry ExplicationA poetry explication is a relatively short analysis which describes the possible meanings and relationships of the words, images, and other small units that make up a poem. Writing an explication is an effective way for a reader to connect a poem’s plot and conflicts with its structural features. This handout reviews some of the important techniques of approaching and writing a poetry explication, and includes parts of two sample explications.Due April 21, 2018I need an introduction and the thesis included in the paperWrite a poetry explication essay according to the following requirements:Select a poem available in our textbook and analyze it for the elements we’ve reviewed (word choice, order, tone, imagery, figure of speech, symbols, allegory, irony, sounds, and pattern). Write your explication on 3-4 of these elements and provide support from the poem. Meaning, actual lines that reflect or support the chosen elements. ·       Compose a five -paragraph paper with a clear introduction (including thesis statement), body, and conclusion·       Paper must be 550- 600 words minimum and meet the posted essay rubric expectations·       Follow the MLA formatting guidelines (Hacker, pp. 462-470)·      Use MLA citation format (Hacker, pp. 399-463)·       Research is optional·       If research is included, it must follow MLA format and include a Works Cited page (not included in word count) (Hacker, p. 470)·       Refer to the sample essay in MLA format (Hacker, pp. 465-469)·       SUBMIT the final draft under the Assignments link on Turnitin.com – if you DO NOT submit your work on Turnitin.com by the deadline, you will receive a zero.Choice of poemsHow It Will End, by Denise DuhamelMajic of Love, Love PoemIt’s the Law: A Rap Poem, by S. Pearl SharpDevils and Dust, By Bruce Springsteen.

This is the instructions: In this essay, you are offering an opinion (an argument) about a literary work of fiction from our syllabus that you are backing up with evidence (facts from the story). T

This is the instructions: In this essay, you are offering an opinion (an argument) about a literary work of fiction from our syllabus that you are backing up with evidence (facts from the story). The finished product will be approximately 1,000 words in length, typed with standard font size and margins, double spaced. The essay will be evaluated on your use of a good thesis sentence, the support of the thesis through textual evidence, and your ability to offer thoughtful analysis rather than plot summary. As always, your paper should be written in standard academic English, be formal in tone, and be substantially free of grammatical and mechanical errors.If you are using sources, you must properly document the sources both within the paper as parenthetical citations as well as provide the necessary information about the sources on an accurately formatted works cited page. Use MLA format. Avoid using “I, me, my, mine” or “we, our, us, let’s,” as these are meant to be formal, academic essays. Instead, use “one, they, them, the critic, the reader,” and so on.This is the story you will be using to do the assignment:http://intensiveenglish1.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/0/4/13041485/everyday_use_full-text.pdf AnEssayon“EverydayUse” -HegelHoel Thisisanexcerptfromalongeressay:http://home.online.no/~helhoel/walker.htm NamesareextremelyimportantinAfricanandAfricanAmericancultureasameansof indicatingaperson’sspirit(13). TheseimportantnamesDeebaseshernew-foundidentityonresembleKikuyunames, buttheyareallmisspelt.WangeroisnotaKikuyuname,butWanjiruis.Itisoneofthe otheroriginalnineclannamesoftheKikuyus.(Cf.Kenyatta’sFacingMountKenya, Secker&WarburgLondon1961,p.8)Thelastofthethreenamesisalsodistorted.The correctKikuyunameisKamenju.ThemiddlenameisnotaKikuyunameatall.Oneof myKikuyuinformantstoldmeheknewaladyfromMalawiwhowascalledLe(e)wanika. Later(inJanuary2000)I foundoutthattherewasakingLewanikainBarotselandin Zambiafrom1842- 1916.AliceWalkermayhavewanted Dee”whoknewwhatstyle was”(p.50 inInLoveandTrouble) toassumearoyaltouchasanAfricanprincess.The namesarethereforeamixtureofnamesfrommorethanoneethnicgroupandmaybe thatisthepoint.DeehasnamesrepresentingthewholeEastAfricanregion.Ormore likely,sheisconfusedandhasonlysuperficialknowledgeofAfricaandallitstandsfor. Thisideaisstrengthened whenyoulookattheotherAfricanphraseDeeWangerouses intheshortstory.Shegreetshermother:«Wa-su-zo-Tean-o».ThisisaLugandaphrase showinghowtheBugandapeopleofUgandasay«GoodMorning».Itcanbetranslated assomethinglike”Ihopeyouhavesleptwell”.Onecanwonderwhysheusesthis greetingwhenshemustknowthatthephrasewillmakenosenseforhermother. WhatthisaddsuptoisapanEastAfricanmixture ofnamesandphrasesusedbyDeein thestory.Addtothisherlong,flowingdress,whichisprobablyaWestAfricanfeature. TheonlyAfricansIhaveseenintraditionalflowingdressesinEastAfricaaretheMuslim womenonthecoasthidinginsidetheir blackbui-buis.Otherwisecolorfultraditional dressesaremadeoftwopiecessuchasthekangasinTanzaniaorhaveadistinctwaist linewithasash,suchasthebusutisinUganda.OfcourseIhaveseenandevenbought andusedlong,flowinggownsmadefortourists,buttheyhavenothingtodowith traditions,onlywithfashion. Thenyoumayask:DoesDeeknoworcare?orDoesAliceWalkerknoworcare?Ibelieve AliceWalkerdoesknow,andthatshehasmadeDeeembracethisconfusionof misunderstoodculturalbitsandpiecesfromalloverAfricaonpurposeeithertoletDee representanythingAfricanortoportrayherasaveryshallowandsuperficialyoung womanwhodoesnotbothertocheckhersources.Deefollowsthefashion,andright nowitis«in» tocelebratethedistantAfricanroots.Shehasdiscardedhergivenname, Deebecauseasshesays:”Icouldn’tbearitanylonger,beingnamedafterthepeople whooppressme.”(p.53inInLoveandTrouble).Shefailstounderstandthatthename, Dee,also goesbackseveralgenerationsontheAmericancontinentandthereforeis morepartofherheritagethananadoptedAfricannamewhichdoesnotevenmake sense. ChristiangoesontosaythisaboutWalkerandAfricannames: Duringthe1960sWalkercriticizedthetendencyamongsomeAfricanAmericanstogive upthenamestheirparentsgavethem- nameswhichembodiedthehistoryoftheir recentpast- forAfricannamesthatdidnotrelatetoasinglepersontheyknew.Hence the grandmother(sic!)in«EverydayUse»isamazedthatDeewouldgiveupher name forthenameWangero.Deewasthenameofhergreat-grandmother,awomanwhohad keptherfamilytogetheragainstallodds.Wangeromighthavesoundedauthentically African butithadnorelationshiptoapersonsheknew,nortothepersonalhistorythat sustainedher(14). Dee’scompanioninthestory,HakimaBarberisaBlackMuslimwhogreetsthemother andsisterwiththewellknownArabgreetingAsalamalakim(as-salamalaykum)which means«peacebewithyou».Themotherinthestory,MrsJohnson,atfirstthinksthisis hisname,thatheisintroducinghimself,andsomeconfusionarisestillhetellsherthat shecancallhimHakimaBarber.Thisisacorruptionof thenameHakimalBabasince BarberisnotanArabname,butinMrsJohnson’smouthitwouldprobablyhavebeen pronouncedthesameway.ThisismostlikelyAliceWalker’swayofmockingpeoplewho shredtheirrecentrootstotakeonforeignnameswithout questions.Thesenames clearlymakenosensetoordinarysensiblepeople. WalkermayknowthatHakimmeans(religious)rulerorleaderandshethereforeadds totheironywhenMrsJohnson,whoisapracticalwoman,showsthatshehasrespect forherMuslimneighborswhenshesays:«Youmustbelongtothosebeef-cattlepeoples downtheroad.Theysaid«Asalamalakim»whentheymetyou,too».Butherdaughter’s citydwellingcompanionanswers:«Iacceptsomeoftheirdoctrines,butfarmingand raisingcattle isnotmystyle».Heacceptswhatissuitableforhimandleavestherest. Somespiritualleadertoguideyou,youcouldsay!Hedoesnoteatporkthough, somethingDeedelightsin,butshedoesnothaveaMuslimnameeither. AliceWalkersaidinaninterviewwithJohnO’Brienin1973,herequotedfromBarbara Christian’sbook: I amintriguedbythereligionoftheBlackMuslims….«EverydayUse»astorythatshows respectforthe«militancy»andprogressiveagriculturalprogramsoftheMuslims,butat thesametimeshowsskepticismaboutayoungmanwhoclaimsattachmenttothe Muslimsbecauseheadmirestherhetoric.Itallowshimtoacknowledgehiscontempt forwhites,whichisallhebelievesthegroupisabout(75-76). Allinallthiscoupleisputinanunflatteringlightandyoucanofcoursesaythatitisnot necessarytoknowabouttheconfusionoftheirnamestounderstandthat.Istillargue thatthisknowledgeaddsdepthstotheunderstandingofthecharactersinthestory.

– Simple Assignment- – you are simply reading the students comments and responding – with one discussion question included.I need you to read each discussion in green which are the students posts to t

– Simple Assignment- – you are simply reading the students comments and responding – with one discussion question included.I need you to read each discussion in green which are the students posts to the discussion question and respond whether you agree or not and why. one paragraph with one reference sitting is good. the Discussion question on the last page I need you to answer that discussion question. I need references for each response and the discussion question- atleast one

World Literature ISection I—General InformationDirections: Select TWO questions from this section (10 points each).1.  Explain Christianity’s impact on the Hebrew, Greek and Latin worlds.  How did

World Literature ISection I—General InformationDirections: Select TWO questions from this section (10 points each).1.  Explain Christianity’s impact on the Hebrew, Greek and Latin worlds.  How did they all “intersect” in Christianity?  Explain.2.  Briefly discuss/outline the history of the Roman Empire.  Be sure to include the dividing of the Empire and its fall.3.  Discuss briefly the rise of/history of Islam.4.  What is an epic poem?  What are three characteristics that make up an epic poem?  Justify calling The Divine Comedy an epic poem.5.  What is the significance of the pilgrimage in The Canterbury Tales?  Explain its historical context.6.  Why did Chaucer use the pilgrimage motif to create his tales?  How effective is it?  Explain.Section II—Literary SelectionsDirections:  Select TWO questions from EACH of the FOUR literary selections (10 points each).Confessions:8.  Explain the importance and the significance of Confessions.  Be sure to include both its literary importance and its religious importance.9.  How does Augustine feel about love or ambition?  Give specific examples to support your answer.10.  Relate briefly the events of Augustine’s conversion.The Koran:11.  Characterize Islamic literature.  Be sure to include three specific examples to support your answer.12.  Discuss the importance of The Qur’an to the Muslims.  Be sure to include both its religious as well as its literary importance.13.  Characterize the God depicted in The Qur’an.  Explain your answer briefly and support it with specific examples.14.  How does The Qur’an deal with the concept of women or inheritance or marriage?  Explain briefly and use specific examples from the text to support your answer.The Divine Comedy:15.  What do the three beasts that Dante meets symbolize?  Explain each briefly.16.  How does Dante combine pagan and Christian ideologies together in his poem?  Explain.  Give specific examples to support your answer.17.  What is the first sight that Dante sees when he enters Hell?  Describe the scene briefly and support your answers with specifics.18.  Discuss what is posted on the sign to Hell.  What significance does this sign have to the whole of the poem?  Explain briefly.The Canterbury Tales:19.  What was Chaucer’s original plan for The Canterbury Tales and how successful was he at accomplishing his goal?  Explain.20.  Discuss the setting of the poem.  Be sure to include all the important details.21.  Summarize “The Pardoner’s Tale”.  What is ironic about the “tale” in relationship to his character?  Explain.22.  Characterize one:  The knight, The Prioress. The Monk, The Friar, The Physician, The Woman (Wife) of Bath or The parson.

I need a 250 words about  Canicula Book   from your own words and a reply what you think about this flowing text is it right that it was mentioned in the book and about 150 word for the reply shoul

I need a 250 words about  Canicula Book   from your own words and a reply what you think about this flowing text is it right that it was mentioned in the book and about 150 word for the reply should be fine. the cover of the book is attached.(Must include a story from the book and say your opinion)Reading “Canicula,” I really enjoyed and could relate to the stories. Personally for me, reading the stories and looking at the pictures was like going back in time to my childhood memories. Being Mexican-American, we have traditions and they keep going and going until that one “person,” in the family that holds it together (could be grandma, grandpa, an aunt, uncle, sister or brother) leaves this world changes things for either the good or the bad, and things just change for families.Nowadays a lot of Mexican-Americans, don’t understand our culture or where our ancestors came from.On reading this book I felt that Bueli, was the backbone for Nena and her family. No matter what Bueli always knew what to say, fix something when it was broken or torn, she was the one that kept it all together for Nena. Nena could go to her and all her problems would disappear and all was better. The story “Bueli,” she’s describing the picture and the rocking chair she used to put everyone to sleep and how she’s sees her Bueli, (the night they buried her) on her rocking chair living room. Nena hears her Bueli, tell her “Cuida la nina.”Even in death we hope to see or hear our loved ones, one last time in hopes that they tell us something to look forward too. It’s hard but for me personally the backbone for my family was my grandmother (welita), and she’s no longer here…what I would do to have one more conversation with her. But also, I feel that as a family we have each gone our separate ways, and all I have now is pictures and memories that will always stay with me.

Literature Homework

Review these two reports and take notes. Then, write and submit an essay from 700 to 900 words explaining the changes from the Pew Research published in State of the Media 2013-2014 ( http://www.journalism.org/2014/03/26/state-of-the-news-media-2014-overview/ ) compared with State of the Media in 2016 ( http://www.journalism.org/2016/06/15/state-of-the-news-media-2016/ )

FOR PROF GEGEE

Two essaies total, one for my friend. Due on 2 April, at 11;50pm. 1000-1200 words each. I am willing to pay $35 each. Choose one of  the following topics. Each topic for one essay.1 Discuss the use of humor in Jurekk Becker’ NOVEL Jakob the Liar and analyze the function.2 Compare and contrast the treatment of heroism in the two FILM adaptations (Jakob the Liar 1975 East German version and 1999 Hollywood version) . What kind of heroism is depicted and what might account for the different approaches?3 Choose one of the two FILM daptations ( 1975 version and 1999 version). Write a review that analyzes the FILM’s strengths and/or weaknesses, and determine wherher it does justice to the NOVEL that it is based on.I do not have the pdf of the novel. but you can find  two films online by simply searching the name.

Write a feature Article 1000-1200 words

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