The writing details are included in the document, please read the specific requirements for each part carefully. No work cited can be used!! The writing must be original and use your own words to write. Answers must be plagiarism-free!!!
The writing details are included in the document, please read the specific requirements for each part carefully. No work cited can be used!! The writing must be original and use your own words to wr
Write 4 essays for each prompt, each essay should around 500 words, and must have 5 paragraphs, and should include a clear thesis—a specific, unique way of reading the text in response to the essay question. You will support your thesis with references to the text’s events and/or evidence from the text. No other source can be used, the reference needs to include a brief in-text citation with a page number (but in there you need to write down the specific chapters and also the page number you used, you can get the relevant materials in website very easily, some are provided for links) There are several pieces of Vampire literature we have read, including “Good Lady Ducayne”, “The Vampyre”, “Christabel” and “Dracula”, “Crimson Peak”. Choose two or three of these listed works and compare and contrast their depictions/uses of the Vampire figure. You might consider the vampire’s characterization, the subversion of various boundaries, the various ways this figure is used to comment on social/cultural issues or social/cultural anxieties- or something else entirely Relevant reading materials (would be attached later) “Good Lady Ducayne”, “The Vampyre” by John William Polidori “Christabel” and “Dracula”, “Crimson Peak”. Kazuo Ishiguro’s “A Village After Dark” leaves many questions unanswered, focusing in its narrative style on multiplicity of meaning and open-ended possibilities. Rather than attempting to read the story in one single way (e.g. claiming it is an allegory, or claiming the main character is dreaming), write an essay that embraces the story’s mystery, focusing on the story’s strange setting, the way it plays with time, and/or how it deals with the idea of memory Relevant material: “A Village After Dark” link: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/05/21/a-village-after-dark Using the three poems by Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen, make an argument about how these words navigate uncertainties about, or call into question, certain ideologies—such as nationalism, patriotism, heroism, duty and glories of war by using close reading of these poems’ formal qualities and incorporating contextual information. Relevant materials: “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen “Anthem of A Doomed Youth” by Wilfred Owen “They” by Siegfried Sassoon link: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46560/dulce-et-decorum-est https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/47393/anthem-for-doomed-youth https://www.bartleby.com/135/20.html A central theme in British Literature from each era we studied—Romantic, Victorian and Modern—has been marriage and romantic relationships, starting with the discussion of the Gothic and ending with “The Waiter’s Wife”. Other works included, but aren’t limited to, “A Manchester Marriage”, “The History of Mary Prince” by May Prince, and “The adventure of the Speckled Band”. Choose two such works, and discuss marriage’s portrayal/development over the course of English literary history (1789-present) Relevant materials: “The Waiter’s Wife”; “A Manchester Marriage”, “The History of Mary Prince” by Mary Prince, “The adventure of the Speckled Band” Writing tips: An introductory paragraph with your thesis (and maybe relevant information from anthology/intros/context reading/) Then at least 3 key passages/scenes to analyze to support the thesis (referring to supplementary readings for support) A brief concluding paragraphs, concisely summarizing your reading and suggesting how this reading helps us understand the text in a new or particular way
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