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*readings are from the course text, monsters*

The Analytical Essay *Readings are from the course text, Monsters* Mary Shelley’s From Frankenstein: “The Modern Prometheus,” Pages 20-22 Here’s what to do: 1. Read the selection and pay close attention to Frankenstein’s features. 2. Break his Monsterish being into three separate parts. 3. What do these parts make you feel? Scared, sad, worried? 4.… Continue reading *readings are from the course text, monsters*

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Utilize a minimum of 4 sources

Requirements Double Spaced Utilize a Minimum of 4 Sources Utilize a Minimum of 10 Integrated Quotes Details, Details, Details You are composing this paper from your perspective. You cannot use “I”

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Print the poem out, take it outside to a spot where you feel a connection with nature (whether in the wilderness, a city park, or simply your back yard), and read the poem to yourself.

After reading the Eggemeier essay, choose a poem from the Poetry Foundation’s Poetry and the Environment web page that speaks to you personally. Print the poem out, take it outside to a spot where you feel a connection with nature (whether in the wilderness, a city park, or simply your back yard), and read the… Continue reading Print the poem out, take it outside to a spot where you feel a connection with nature (whether in the wilderness, a city park, or simply your back yard), and read the poem to yourself.

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At times, the punishments are not replicas of the earthly sins, but are symbolic.

Notice how Dante, the character, is being led by Virgil to give him insight into the workings of Divine Justice. Pick one example of Divine Justice in one of the scenes in the assigned pages of this work, and discuss how Dante defines Divine Justice in this scene. You will note that throughout this work,… Continue reading At times, the punishments are not replicas of the earthly sins, but are symbolic.

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