Explain the importance of the town crier, ogene, music, and drums in?things fall apart.

For our discussion of Things Fall Apart, respond to one of the two following prompts. Make sure one of your response posts addresses the prompt you didn’t write about in your initial post. Option 1: Explain the importance of the town crier, Ogene, music, and drums in?Things Fall Apart. How do Unoka’s amazing skills as… Continue reading Explain the importance of the town crier, ogene, music, and drums in?things fall apart.

How do you know?

Your Task is to write a thesis-based paper that focuses on one text we’ve read from the course. The purpose of a literary analysis essay is to carefully examine and sometimes evaluate a work of literature or an aspect of a work of literature. As with any analysis, this requires you to break the subject… Continue reading How do you know?

Issue on your own.

This summative assessment is in the form of an extended piece of writing that is both a literary analysis and explanatory piece which identifies correlating themes both within the book, American Street, but also in American society today. The assignment will also ask you, as you discuss a societal issue both in 2000s Detroit/Haiti and… Continue reading Issue on your own.

Issue on your own.

This summative assessment is in the form of an extended piece of writing that is both a literary analysis and explanatory piece which identifies correlating themes both within the book, American Street, but also in American society today. The assignment will also ask you, as you discuss a societal issue both in 2000s Detroit/Haiti and… Continue reading Issue on your own.

Issue on your own.

This summative assessment is in the form of an extended piece of writing that is both a literary analysis and explanatory piece which identifies correlating themes both within the book, American Street, but also in American society today. The assignment will also ask you, as you discuss a societal issue both in 2000s Detroit/Haiti and… Continue reading Issue on your own.

Describe the “battle royal” and why it is relevant to this matter of anonymity.

Analyze why the identity of the narrator in Invisible Man?is not revealed to the audience. Describe the “Battle Royal” and why it is relevant to this matter of anonymity. It could be argued that the Battle Royal is a scene that repeats itself numerous times throughout the novel. Identify one such repetition, and discuss how… Continue reading Describe the “battle royal” and why it is relevant to this matter of anonymity.

Write a 3- to 5-page paper about the changing reception of passing based on your reading of barwick’s article.

Clark Barwick writes in his article, “A History of Passing,” that “each successive generation [of readers] has actively and even literally projected its own needs, desires, and anxieties” on the novel, such that the “record of publication and reading provides us with critical insight not just into the shifting interpretation of an important novel but… Continue reading Write a 3- to 5-page paper about the changing reception of passing based on your reading of barwick’s article.