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Similar to Bessie Head, Silko interweaves postcolonial sensibilities into the Na

Similar to Bessie Head, Silko interweaves postcolonial sensibilities into the Native American folkloric tale of abduction and trials. Answer the following questions about the short story “Yellow Woman”. The questions are in the files I uploaded, and no less than 150 words.

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Similar to Bessie Head, Silko interweaves postcolonial sensibilities into the Na

Similar to Bessie Head, Silko interweaves postcolonial sensibilities into the Native American folkloric tale of abduction and trials. Answer the following questions about the short story “Yellow Woman”. The questions are in the files I uploaded, and no less than 150 words.

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Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts,

Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts, and have seen how the pros do it, it’s time for you to join the conversation. Your writing assignment requires you to conduct substantial research in order to discuss a topic of your choosing. Choose your text from our syllabus, formulate an interpretation of a particular aspect of that text, and then locate and read at least four outside sources concerning some issue germane to your topic. For example, you might find four sources discussing Daoism in Journey to the West, or the character of Mephistopheles in Faust. Evaluate each source’s reading in light of your own. What are the common topics? Does your research enhance or contradict your interpretation? Finally, write a well-developed, coherent essay that synthesizes your four sources’ arguments, and advances your own position on the topic.
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While you will be focusing on your own argument in this paper, you must still present information from your sources as fairly as possible (as you did in the explanatory synthesis). You will be arguing for a position on the basis of a reasonable consideration of the information and arguments presented by your sources. Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim, present adequate support for it from your research and from your primary text, and articulate your assumptions so that the relationship between your claim and its support is apparent.
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This essay requires that you focus on contributing original ideas to inform the debate or enhance the understanding of your research topic. The essay should spend most of its time advancing your argument. You accomplish this by gathering information, considering its validity, endorsing it or rejecting it accordingly, and challenging those sources with your own questions on the matter. This rhetorical stance should lead you to take an active role in establishing the direction of the “conversation” and communicating the importance of the research to your readers. You will be evaluating sources on the basis of the information and arguments they presented, but you will also be trying to ask and to answer questions your sources are not considering but should.
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Once you have begun your research and have a sense of the issue/topic, begin by asking yourself the following questions: How does my reading of the primary text relate to the readings of my sources? Is there a perspective/solution that is not being considered? What’s so particular about the nature of the issue or the way the scholars talk about it? How did this problem/issue come about? What else do we need to know in order to endorse a position? Why should this issue/topic matter to the readers of my essay? How does my argument shed new light on the primary text?
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Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim (thesis) and present adequate support for it from your primary text. Acknowledge what groundwork your sources have laid, and then use your own argument to advance that work. Ultimately, you will use your research to engage in literary analysis—an explanation of how your primary text works (or acquires meaning) on the basis of its particular features.
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You will consider consulting various sources and databases available such as Mullins. Internet sources or Wikipedia are strongly not recommended. Use all the skills at your disposition to write down every detail of your research, organize your arguments and include the timeline of your work. You could also consider looking for samples of research proposal.
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Use one documentation style (e.g., MLA; APA; Chicago) consistently to attribute information and expression of ideas to your sources. Every time you quote or paraphrase from the sources provide the corresponding parenthetical citation. The last page of your essay should be a “Works Cited” page, which, as the name indicates, lists the sources to which you made reference in your essay.
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There is the research proposal. It is about womens roles in literature, the main story being Gilgamesh. Other literature pieces include Lancelot the knight of the cart, courtly love, Othello, death of a sales man.

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Write An Analysis paper on the play The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov bring at

Write An Analysis paper on the play The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov bring at least 5 quotes from the play to prove the analysis

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1.The figures of Olaf Tryggvason and his missionary, Thangbrand, appear in sever

1.The figures of Olaf Tryggvason and his missionary, Thangbrand, appear in several versions of the Icelandic Conversion: the story varies in details, but the message is always that the Icelanders were converted by their own free choice, not by force. How is this illustrated in the relations of Kjartan and King Olaf?
2.Beyond retelling the national story of its voluntary acceptance of Christianity, what role does the Conversion play in the saga? Does it change the ethical behavior of the characters? Or does it simply provide a convenient plot-point—a reason for Kjartan’s delay in returning to Iceland?
3.Why do you think Kjartan threw down his weapon and refused to fight Bolli—out of his Christian convictions, or out of an underlying bond and ties of kinship and fosterage? Considering the chapters of the Conversion that come before it, but also Kjartan’s reactions as the feud escalated, how do you interpret his final act?
4.The theme of women’s constraints and recourses in marriage and divorce continues from Vigdis the wife of Thord Goddi (ch. 15) in the measures taken by Thurid against Geirmund (ch. 30) and “Breeches-Aud” against Thord (ch. 35). In all three cases, their marriages were without affection and arranged for wealth, but the women’s actions to “even the score,” though dramatic, ultimately achieve little good. Where do the readers’ sympathies lie in these episodes, and what to they contribute to the theme of flawed marriage?
Answer each question with one paragraph.
Required references are in files
It may ask you to purchase them, purchase them first and I’ll pay up

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1.The figures of Olaf Tryggvason and his missionary, Thangbrand, appear in sever

1.The figures of Olaf Tryggvason and his missionary, Thangbrand, appear in several versions of the Icelandic Conversion: the story varies in details, but the message is always that the Icelanders were converted by their own free choice, not by force. How is this illustrated in the relations of Kjartan and King Olaf?
2.Beyond retelling the national story of its voluntary acceptance of Christianity, what role does the Conversion play in the saga? Does it change the ethical behavior of the characters? Or does it simply provide a convenient plot-point—a reason for Kjartan’s delay in returning to Iceland?
3.Why do you think Kjartan threw down his weapon and refused to fight Bolli—out of his Christian convictions, or out of an underlying bond and ties of kinship and fosterage? Considering the chapters of the Conversion that come before it, but also Kjartan’s reactions as the feud escalated, how do you interpret his final act?
4.The theme of women’s constraints and recourses in marriage and divorce continues from Vigdis the wife of Thord Goddi (ch. 15) in the measures taken by Thurid against Geirmund (ch. 30) and “Breeches-Aud” against Thord (ch. 35). In all three cases, their marriages were without affection and arranged for wealth, but the women’s actions to “even the score,” though dramatic, ultimately achieve little good. Where do the readers’ sympathies lie in these episodes, and what to they contribute to the theme of flawed marriage?
Answer each question with one paragraph.
Required references are in files
It may ask you to purchase them, purchase them first and I’ll pay up

Categories
Literature

Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts,

Now that you’ve gotten lots of practice reading and interpreting literary texts, and have seen how the pros do it, it’s time for you to join the conversation. Your writing assignment requires you to conduct substantial research in order to discuss a topic of your choosing. Choose your text from our syllabus, formulate an interpretation of a particular aspect of that text, and then locate and read at least four outside sources concerning some issue germane to your topic. For example, you might find four sources discussing Daoism in Journey to the West, or the character of Mephistopheles in Faust. Evaluate each source’s reading in light of your own. What are the common topics? Does your research enhance or contradict your interpretation? Finally, write a well-developed, coherent essay that synthesizes your four sources’ arguments, and advances your own position on the topic.
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While you will be focusing on your own argument in this paper, you must still present information from your sources as fairly as possible (as you did in the explanatory synthesis). You will be arguing for a position on the basis of a reasonable consideration of the information and arguments presented by your sources. Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim, present adequate support for it from your research and from your primary text, and articulate your assumptions so that the relationship between your claim and its support is apparent.
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This essay requires that you focus on contributing original ideas to inform the debate or enhance the understanding of your research topic. The essay should spend most of its time advancing your argument. You accomplish this by gathering information, considering its validity, endorsing it or rejecting it accordingly, and challenging those sources with your own questions on the matter. This rhetorical stance should lead you to take an active role in establishing the direction of the “conversation” and communicating the importance of the research to your readers. You will be evaluating sources on the basis of the information and arguments they presented, but you will also be trying to ask and to answer questions your sources are not considering but should.
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Once you have begun your research and have a sense of the issue/topic, begin by asking yourself the following questions: How does my reading of the primary text relate to the readings of my sources? Is there a perspective/solution that is not being considered? What’s so particular about the nature of the issue or the way the scholars talk about it? How did this problem/issue come about? What else do we need to know in order to endorse a position? Why should this issue/topic matter to the readers of my essay? How does my argument shed new light on the primary text?
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Be mindful that your own argument will require that you make an explicit claim (thesis) and present adequate support for it from your primary text. Acknowledge what groundwork your sources have laid, and then use your own argument to advance that work. Ultimately, you will use your research to engage in literary analysis—an explanation of how your primary text works (or acquires meaning) on the basis of its particular features.
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Pre-Writing
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You will consider consulting various sources and databases available such as Mullins. Internet sources or Wikipedia are strongly not recommended. Use all the skills at your disposition to write down every detail of your research, organize your arguments and include the timeline of your work. You could also consider looking for samples of research proposal.
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Introduction
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Your introduction will emphasize the importance of your research and how your analysis differs from what has been said previously.
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Revision
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Always give yourself enough time to revise your paper. The best option for you is to share your work with a classmate or a friend, who can read it for you. At this point, respecting the timeline is critical. Allow the reader a few days to do the corrections appropriately.
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Citation Style
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Use one documentation style (e.g., MLA; APA; Chicago) consistently to attribute information and expression of ideas to your sources. Every time you quote or paraphrase from the sources provide the corresponding parenthetical citation. The last page of your essay should be a “Works Cited” page, which, as the name indicates, lists the sources to which you made reference in your essay.
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There is the research proposal. It is about womens roles in literature, the main story being Gilgamesh. Other literature pieces include Lancelot the knight of the cart, courtly love, Othello, death of a sales man.

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5 page paper based on the novel Xala. This paper is a literary analysis researc

5 page paper based on the novel Xala. This paper is a literary analysis research paper. This means that the paper will be a dissection of some aspect of the book Xala. You may focus on the plot, characterization, and/or symbolism in the book OR you may focus on the political, social and economic critique Sembene Ousmane is making about Dakar.HaveHave a MINIMUM of 4 sources for your paper (this includes the book)
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One of your sources must be the novel
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One to two of your sources must be scholarly sources
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The remainder of your sources may be of your choosing (videos, the film, articles, reviews, images, etc.)
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Scholarly sources consist of the following:
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Literary Analysis found on the literary Databases or Google Scholar (the first link below is an example of a scholarly source from the database)

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5 page paper based on the novel Xala. This paper is a literary analysis researc

5 page paper based on the novel Xala. This paper is a literary analysis research paper. This means that the paper will be a dissection of some aspect of the book Xala. You may focus on the plot, characterization, and/or symbolism in the book OR you may focus on the political, social and economic critique Sembene Ousmane is making about Dakar.HaveHave a MINIMUM of 4 sources for your paper (this includes the book)
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One of your sources must be the novel
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One to two of your sources must be scholarly sources
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The remainder of your sources may be of your choosing (videos, the film, articles, reviews, images, etc.)
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Scholarly sources consist of the following:
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Literary Analysis found on the literary Databases or Google Scholar (the first link below is an example of a scholarly source from the database)

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The goal of your final project is to connect a theme (Jacqueline Woodson) Identi

The goal of your final project is to connect a theme (Jacqueline Woodson) Identity) from Brown Girl Dreaming to the real world. This is a connection project. The tone for your paper is formal, your audience is general, and your purpose is to inform.
o You must find a minimum of 2 DCCC database articles with factual information to support your connections.
o You must use the DCCC library for your research.
o You may use ONE QUALITY internet source (Wikipedia is not a credible source)
o You must attach copies of all information used in writing your project.
o You MUST submit your paper online to Canvas.
Your projects must:
Be a minimum of 5 paragraphs
If your paper is not the required length you cannot receive full credit
Use the 5 paragraph format
Introduction
Paragraph 2 of the paper- 1st connection
Paragraph 3 of the paper- 2nd connection
Paragraph 4 of the paper – 3rd connection
Conclusion
Be typed in MLA format
Double-space the text of your paper and use a legible font (e.g. Times New Roman).
The font size should be 12 pt.
In the upper left-hand corner of the first page, list your name, your instructor’s name, the course, and the date. Again, be sure to use double-spaced text.
Leave only one space after periods or other punctuation marks.
Indent the first line of paragraphs one half-inch from the left margin. MLA recommends that you use the Tab key as opposed to pushing the Space Bar five times.
MLA format follows the author-page method of in-text citation. This means that the author’s last name and the page number(s) from which the quotation or paraphrase is taken must appear in the text, and a complete reference should appear on your Works Cited page. The author’s name may appear either in the sentence itself or in parentheses following the quotation or paraphrase, but the page number(s) should always appear in the parentheses, not in the text of your sentence. For example:
Wordsworth stated that Romantic poetry was marked by a “spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings” (263).
Romantic poetry is characterized by the “spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings” (Wordsworth 263).
Wordsworth extensively explored the role of emotion in the creative process (263)
Include a Work Cited Page
You must have a minimum of 3 quality sources for your connection
A minimum of 2 sources
easybib.com
You may only have ONE APPROVED QUALITY source from an internet website
Your class novel does not count as a source but is must be included in your Works Cited Page
Include Resource Copies
You must have copies of all articles and information used for your project.
Information used MUST be highlighted in the articles
YOU MAY NOT USE WIKIPEDIA or About.com
YOU MUST USE THE LIBRARY DATABASE
I must be able to tell that your articles came from the DCCC database.
Each resource must be clearly highlighted and labeled with source information
Author, title, publication, date
All resource pages must be stapled together in a packet
Your name must be on the top of each source
Any information that you use in your paper must be a fact from your sources
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