1200 word count
Min. 5 sources from your annotated bibliography(To reverence from my old auto bibliography it’s uploaded)
How to figure out what to write about:
Come up with an analytical question (similar to our Socratic Seminars) and in your essay try to answer that question. Here are some example questions:
– Does Romanticism mean not facing reality? Is that a good or a bad thing?
– How does the short story format/genre fulfill Romantic ideals?
– Should Puritan writings be considered less artistic because they focus primarily on religion?
– What major theme do you see in Edgar Allan Poe’s work?
– How does the idea of double consciousness appear in American literature?
– How have Black authors/artists influenced American literature? Discuss their effect overall or narrow in on a specific theme.
– How has American music reflected what was going on in American culture at the time? (jazz, Vietnam protest songs, Motown, hip-hop, etc.)
– Consider the themes of A Streetcar Named Desire and the ambition present in American culture. Discuss.
- Research and Support Material Worksheet
- Discuss and demonstrate professional demeanor in your writing and critical thought throughout your paper.
- Write a paper on Dystopia how food prices are going up.
- Explain how well you support your assertions, did you provide examples, how well did you contextualize the content, and how well did you employ ‘terms of art’.
- Discuss the major points made in the essay and evaluate whether you agree or disagree with the author’s overall conclusion.
- Write a research paper on recognize the relationship of criminal justice system components and processes with society and government.
- Write a research paper on the effects of child abuse within the family.
- Discuss the difference between homologues and analogues structures (including divergent and convergent evolution).
- Is a degree from an online college or university as legitimate as a degree from a brick-and-mortar university?
- Write history books covering any theme in US History from the colonial years through the late 1860s.