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For this assessment, you will demonstrate your ability to write a formal academi

For this assessment, you will demonstrate your ability to write a formal academic essay that uses appropriately formal 3rd person language and that demonstrates your ability to establish and support a clear main point or thesis about a topic. You … Continue reading

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Discussion 6.1: Choose one poem as your favorite rendering from the three transl

Discussion 6.1: Choose one poem as your favorite rendering from the three translations of Sonnet I (“He Confesses…”) and explain why you prefer your chosen version over the other two. Also, do the differing translations affect the meaning of the … Continue reading

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Think about how the characterization of the love relationships between Beatrice/

Think about how the characterization of the love relationships between Beatrice/Benedick, Hero/Claudio. Both tell us something different about love and about how relationships should or should not work. Both also give us different and interesting images of women. Discuss these … Continue reading

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PAGE 1: In Canto XXXIV (34), as he reaches the Ninth Circle of Hell, Dante revea

PAGE 1: In Canto XXXIV (34), as he reaches the Ninth Circle of Hell, Dante reveals some historical figures as the worst of sinners. Write a one (1) page paper with clearly defined terms, topic, and developed thesis in which … Continue reading

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Student Homework > Watch the PowerPoint Lesson on Drama, Tragedy Shakespeare, an

Student Homework > Watch the PowerPoint Lesson on Drama, Tragedy Shakespeare, and Hamlet. Read: The Author’s Work as Context: William Shakespeare,” Part Three: Drama, Exploring Contexts, chapter 27, p. 1332-1338 (NL). Review the Glossary of Dramatic Terms. Read Acts I … Continue reading

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· Watch the PowerPoint Lesson: The Hero and the Tragic Flaw. · R

· Watch the PowerPoint Lesson: The Hero and the Tragic Flaw. · Read Act III and IV, Hamlet, and annotate > see Part Three: Drama, Exploring Contexts, chapter 27, p. 1418-1436 (NL). · Participate in Journal Club Discussion Board on … Continue reading

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S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​hakespeare & Tragedies: Hamlet and Macbeth and how greed

S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​hakespeare & Tragedies: Hamlet and Macbeth and how greed illuminates social, political, cultural/ gender ideas or beliefs. Both main characters are consumed by their own thoughts, that leads to their downfalls. https://literatureessaysamples.com/macbeth-vs-hamlet/ THE ASSIGNMENT BRIEF AND EXAMPLE ESSAYS ARE ATTACHED. … Continue reading

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In Western literary works, female characters often play an essential role, wheth

In Western literary works, female characters often play an essential role, whether in terms of the plot, significance, or even the poetics of literary works. In Western literature before the Renaissance, there are several famous women, including Helen, Penelope, Clytemnestra, … Continue reading

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It is important to be able to effectively incorporate your sources through direc

It is important to be able to effectively incorporate your sources through direct quotation. For this activity, you will use Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to practice writing an essay while effectively incorporating quotations to help support your discussion. For this activity, … Continue reading

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Portfolio Review Due June 30th Portfolio Review : (worth 3 online entries, 15 po

Portfolio Review Due June 30th Portfolio Review : (worth 3 online entries, 15 points) Directions: Review your three major essays from this semester, your drafts and final copies and review my comments and the comments from your peers. Then respond … Continue reading

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