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The essay can not be plagiarized what so ever. Has to be done before Feb. 1, doe

The essay can not be plagiarized what so ever. Has to be done before Feb. 1, does not have to be perfect.

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After reading “”The Old Chief Mshalanga” and watching the video posted in “Addit

After reading “”The Old Chief Mshalanga” and watching the video posted in “Additional Lectures” on Doris Lessing Lessing – The pleasure of finding things out (17/26), discuss in your own words how the central character of Nkosikas “finds out” about her own place in the world she currently inhabits. and a random response agreeing with things

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Aristophanes is usually noted for his anti-woman sentiments, yet many contempora

Aristophanes is usually noted for his anti-woman sentiments, yet many contemporary audiences (including feminists) have embraced Lysistrata and its strong lead character. Considering the text itself and the links provided in the module, where do you stand in this debate and why?
– read (Lysistrata, by Aristophanes) and answer the question.
– make sure that (Your response to the question should be roughly 400-500 words and should be supported with. specific examples from the texts).
– make sure when you answer
1)Shows serious contemplation of readings & original thought that goes far beyond the obvious.
2)Quotes used to support the writer’s point (“proves” it); are original (unexpected quote choices and/or uses quotes from multiple places of the text, and are properly integrated (not just dropped in
3) Post is: Clear & articulate Diction and sentence structure are elevated Has correct grammar & punctuation Quotes are properly cited
– You can find the Literature on the Internet

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1. In a paragraph, explain what is ironic Links to an external site.about Mr. Ha

1. In a paragraph, explain what is ironic Links to an external site.about Mr. Hale’s use of the word “trifles” do describe the women’s concerns?
2. In a paragraph, explain how the bird symbolizes Links to an external site.Minnie Wright.
Laureen and Florence in Poof! and Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters in Trifles bond over shared trauma.
1. In a paragraph, explain the type of trauma they have experienced.
2. Include a quote from each play that shows the women bonding over their shared trauma. Explain exactly how the quote reveals this bonding.
For quoting drama, please see this link Links to an external site.from Purdue OWL (scroll down to “Citing Transcriipts, Plays, or Screenplays”).

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1. In a paragraph, explain what is ironic Links to an external site.about Mr. Ha

1. In a paragraph, explain what is ironic Links to an external site.about Mr. Hale’s use of the word “trifles” do describe the women’s concerns?
2. In a paragraph, explain how the bird symbolizes Links to an external site.Minnie Wright.
Laureen and Florence in Poof! and Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters in Trifles bond over shared trauma.
1. In a paragraph, explain the type of trauma they have experienced.
2. Include a quote from each play that shows the women bonding over their shared trauma. Explain exactly how the quote reveals this bonding.
For quoting drama, please see this link Links to an external site.from Purdue OWL (scroll down to “Citing Transcriipts, Plays, or Screenplays”).

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It is supposed to be a literature review from a specific reading, not longer tha

It is supposed to be a literature review from a specific reading, not longer than 200 words with a statitistical operationalization of the research through RStudio

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explicate one poem or song of your own choosing. You must provide the text of th

explicate one poem or song of your own choosing. You must provide the text of the poem along with a reference showing where it came from. If you choose a poem in a different language, be sure to provide a translation.
Focus on the poem’s themes, but be sure to describe how the writer has worked the theme into the text. What is the dramatic situation in the text? Who is the speaker? Has the poet used powerful figurative language? What other poetic techniques are used to convey any important ideas or emotions? How has the poet used sounds and sound effects like assonance, consonance, alliteration, rhyming? How well did these techniques work for you as a reader? For a poem that originally appeared in another language, feel free to use any expertise you have in that language to explain the use of sound by the poet.
The evaluation criteria for Essay 2 are spelled out in the Explication Essay Rubric below. I strongly recommend that you use the Rubric and check out the criteria to evaluate your efforts before turning in your final publish.
Explication essays tend to run short, so aim for an essay between 600 and 900 words, or 2.5 to 3.5 pages (excluding any appendix providing the text of a new poem or song).

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explicate one poem or song of your own choosing. You must provide the text of th

explicate one poem or song of your own choosing. You must provide the text of the poem along with a reference showing where it came from. If you choose a poem in a different language, be sure to provide a translation.
Focus on the poem’s themes, but be sure to describe how the writer has worked the theme into the text. What is the dramatic situation in the text? Who is the speaker? Has the poet used powerful figurative language? What other poetic techniques are used to convey any important ideas or emotions? How has the poet used sounds and sound effects like assonance, consonance, alliteration, rhyming? How well did these techniques work for you as a reader? For a poem that originally appeared in another language, feel free to use any expertise you have in that language to explain the use of sound by the poet.
The evaluation criteria for Essay 2 are spelled out in the Explication Essay Rubric below. I strongly recommend that you use the Rubric and check out the criteria to evaluate your efforts before turning in your final draft.
Explication essays tend to run short, so aim for an essay between 600 and 900 words, or 2.5 to 3.5 pages (excluding any appendix providing the text of a new poem or song).

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Please provide your in-depth interpretation and analysis on the questions (at le

Please provide your in-depth interpretation and analysis on the questions (at least 100 words per Discussion question #1, #2, and #3). Please try to include textual evidence (direct quotes along with the Act and Scene #) in your answer.
When you need to summarize the plot, please do not copy words/sentences from the text. You should briefly summarize/paraphrase the plot in your own words.
Note: MLA in-text citation for play (e.g.) (1.5.71-72) – This means the quote is from Act 1, scene 1, lines 71-2. (*I put the page number for our convenience.)
***ANSWERS FOR QUESTIONS 1-3 CAN BE FOUND IN READINGS (ACT 1 & 2)***
1.
Madame Pernelle describes Orgon’s house as “a madhouse with the keeper gone” (Act 1. Scene1. Line 11, p. 21). Why is she calling her son’s house this way? What does she think of Elmire, Mariane, and Damis? What is the major tension between Pernelle and other family members (except Orgon)? Why does she think highly of Tartuffe? Why do Damis and Dorine dislike Tartuffe? Why did Orgon take Tartuffe to his house? What does Orgon think of Tartuffe?
2.
What does Tartuffe do in Orgon’s house? Who is Cleante and what does he think of Tartuffe? Cleante tells Orgon: “[T]hose who hearts are truly pure and lowly/ Don’t make a flashy show of being holy” (1.5. 71-72, p. 28). What is Cleante trying to say here? Cleante tells Orgon: “While your praise of him[Tartuffe] is quite sincere, I think that you’ve been dreadfully deluded” (1.5. 148-49, p. 30). Why does Orgon disbelieve Cleante’s view of Tartuffe? Is Orgon deceived by Tartuffe, or is he foolish and lacking good judgment? (at least 100 words for Question #2)
3.
Why does Damis think Tartuffe is against Mariane’s marriage to Valere? If so, are there any motives behind Tartuffe’s meddling in Mariane’s wedding? Why do you think Orgon has a firm belief in Tartuffe? Orgon tells Mariane, “And he’s to be your husband, is that clear? It’s a father’s privilege…” (2.1. 29-30, p. 32). What do you make of Orgon’s decision to marry off his daughter to Tartuffe? Is he abusing his patriarchal power or does he genuinely believe that her marriage to Tartuffe will be good for her? Dorine, who is a maid to Mariane, has no hesitation in giving her opinion about Tartuffe, and she questions Orgon’s view of Tartuffe. How would you describe the character, Dorine? Why do you think Moliere depicts her this way? Why is Mariane unable to oppose her father Orgon’s decision regarding her marriage? Is Mariane afraid of challenging the societal norm of women/daughters or is she afraid of disobeying her father’s authority?

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Compose and turn in an outline of texts and their main arguments. This should no

Compose and turn in an outline of texts and their main arguments. This should not be a verbatim summary of the work but rather contain three parts:
• An explanation of the thesis of the work. (What is its main argument?)
• A key example. (What is the most convincing example that the work uses to make its point? How does it explain the example? How does it analyze this example?)
• A review of subordinate points
• Finally, a list of keywords.