Summary of the the book “The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld by Jamie Bartlett 2015 Melville Hous”
English 2620 is like a vintage “Choose Your Own Adventure” novel. In this class, you will choose one of two possible course projects. Yes, you heard right–you will do one of the below projects, not both. This allows you to play to your strengths (are you a better writer or a better graphic designer?) and… Continue reading English 2620 is like a vintage “choose your own adventure” novel.
Directions: The Research Project requires four valid sources; these sources should include the original text. Look at the example below: Source Bloom, Harold. Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. vol. New ed, Facts on File, Inc, 2011. Bloom’s Guides. EBSCOhost, proxygsu- oftc.galileo.usg.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true &db=nlebk&AN=351659&site=eds-live&scope=site. Summary (one paragraph): Summary of the information in the source Evaluation of… Continue reading Arthur miller’s death of a salesman.
Your Middle publish of Essay 1 should be 3-5 pages, typed, double-spaced. In it you will expand on the argument you began making in your Exploratory publish (see the Exploratory publish Prompt in Module 1 for details about that publish). As you expand from your Exploratory publish, use your peer’s feedback and clarify your central… Continue reading In it you will expand on the argument you began making in your exploratory publish (see the exploratory publish prompt in module 1 for details about that publish).
The Context: Did you know that donated blood lasts only 72 hours? As a result of it’s brief “shelf-life” even under optimal conditions, the blood in emergency supplies must be replenished nearly constantly. In this effort, no organization is a dedicated as the American Red or as efficent as that organization in handling blood under… Continue reading In this effort, no organization is a dedicated as the american red or as efficent as that organization in handling blood under emergency conditions.
Choose a theme from The Girl in the Flammable Skirt and explain how and why it’s such a big part of several different stories How is one theme used in several different ways? Why are certain themes important to specific characters? Themes like love, fantasy vs. reality, are just a few examples of dominant themes… Continue reading Why are certain themes important to specific characters?
Choose a theme from The Girl in the Flammable Skirt and explain how and why it’s such a big part of several different stories How is one theme used in several different ways? Why are certain themes important to specific characters? Themes like love, fantasy vs. reality, are just a few examples of dominant themes… Continue reading Double spaced, times new roman,
Choose any three (or more) for your discussion this week. Be sure to answer in complete sentences. 1. Why do you think Hughes names the poem Harlem? What are some of the images described there? What is his message about dreams that are not realized? 2. Discuss the conversation between Hughes and Whitman in the… Continue reading Why do you think hughes names the poem harlem?
a research paper written on one of the course texts of your choice. The paper should make a thesis-based argument focused on the literary aspects of your chosen text. . Choose one author and text from the course. A header that indicates your name, and the course and assignment information One sentence with a statement… Continue reading The editors’ introductions to eras and authors are secondary texts, not primary ones.
Charlotte Perkins Gillman: “The Yellow Wallpaper” The essay shall be in MLA format. Essays not in MLA format will lose up to 20% of points. A full twenty percent (20%) of your grade will come from a four to six page essay that you shall write to the following specifications: This essay should be on… Continue reading You should make use of four to six outside sources for this essay, not including your text.