Literature

B.the clergy or religious classes (different levels of “church” folk) c.the “laity” (the everyday people from the middle class/skilled craftsmen on down).

Objective: To apply utilize textual information to develop an analysis. Directions: If you were developing a movie featuring a superhero and a super villain, which of Chaucer’s characters would you cast for these principal roles and why? What super powers would each have and why? Your response must be influenced by the details given in …

B.the clergy or religious classes (different levels of “church” folk)
c.the “laity” (the everyday people from the middle class/skilled craftsmen on down).
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**Whatever option you decide to go with, I can provide the book pages (images) and the documents of the theories You can choose to write this assignment on either Hanna’s article (Reader Response) or Howard’s article (Structuralism). Just pick ONE. Option A: Hanna (Reader Response applied to Sir Gawain) This journal entry is based on …

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***write an organized, thesis-driven essay in which you analyze a key theme or idea in

Compare and contrast the two readings Frankenstein and Mary Prince. I will provide everything you need, also the reading and instructions will be below and the readings in the files. Essay Question ***Write an organized, thesis-driven essay in which you analyze a key theme or idea in Frankenstein by comparing it to one other Romantic …

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Lady-ch16”).

*Singlehood Vs. Marriage: • READ the articles “Lone Stars: Singlehood” and “Alternatives to Marriage Project” (both the sections “Marriage-Free” and “Living Single”; you don’t have to read the book list section) and the novel excerpt “Chapter 16 from Portrait of a Lady” (filename “The Portrait of a Lady-Ch16”). These are all in Levelfly in your …

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