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Irony is on full display in this drama of jealousy and revenge. Among the topics that are treated with Shakespeare’s dramatic irony is honesty (a word that appears many times throughout the play). Another example is when Othello, in Act III, tells Desdemona: “I will deny thee nothing.” He repeats this tragically ironic line, and…

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Argue whether comedic devices work to develop the plot in The Taming of the Shrew. Secondary sources to use: As You Like It and Hamlet Intro Paragraph: Comedic devices are ever-present in Shakespeare’s works, and are notably helpful when it comes to the development of the plotlines, especially in his play The Taming of the…

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American writer Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that conformity = suicide. In other words, to conform is to kill your individuality, your authentic self. Apply Emerson’s idea to Esther’s world of 1950’s America. Do you think her depression may be a result of her rejection of her society’s values? Does society put too much pressure…

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Your annotated bibliography should begin with the bibliographic information for the article. I’ve provided this below. Weisbrod, Carol. “Images of the Woman Juror.” Harvard Women’s Law Journal, vol. 9, 1980, pp. 59-82. Rpt. in Faculty Articles and Papers,https://opencommons.uconn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1360&context=law_papers. Your annotated bibliography will be a summary of “Images of the Woman Juror,” by Carol Weisbrod. Your…

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Objective: Choose a writing prompt from the list below and draft, write, edit and submit an analytical literary essay. The essay is meant to assess to what extent you can identify a symbol, motif, or theme in Oedipus Rex; understand how it works; take it apart, and provide textual support. You are analyzing, NOT summarizing.…

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Read “Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway (in the course textbook). Reflect and respond to the story by selecting 3-4 major ideas from the story. For each main point that you select, support that point with quotes from the story, and then share your analysis of how and why the main point and evidence/quotes/examples…

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The assignment is to recreate a scene from the story “This blessed house” in the point of view of the character from the story named Twinkle. I will be attaching all the instructions for you in a file, the instructions will have 4 parts. Please read them carefully. It will say how everything should be…

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Who is Farmer Jabez Stone? And why does he want to sell his soul to the devil? Who is Mr. Scratch? What is his personality like? Who is Daniel Webster? How does he beat the Devil? How is the Devil and Daniel Webster uniquely American? Who is part of the Jury of the Damned? Is…

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Write a Summary/Analysis on the articles provided Instructions on how the summary/analysis should be written These critical write ups will be in response to the reading that you do and will be evaluated by your effort to: summarize (retell) important elements of what you’ve read in roughly 125 words and then to analyze (determine the…

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Show how Voltaire in his novel, Candide, Ambrose Bierce in his short story “A Son of the Gods” used satire to communicate a major theme or message. Here’s how to complete this essay: Step 1 Read the following: All items are located in the folder for Weeks 11-12. Voltaire’s novel, Candide Ambrose Bierce’s short story,…

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