How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to h

How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to help readers gain a deeper understanding of their stories? What is revealed through such examples as Adichie’s garden and serpent in “Tomorrow …”, Carver’s use of light and alcohol in “What We Talk About …”, Lim’s paper house in “Paper”, Sembene’s use of Noumbe’s… Continue reading How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to h

This TMA accounts for 6 per cent of your assessment mark for the module. When yo

This TMA accounts for 6 per cent of your assessment mark for the module. When you have completed the TMA, please submit, ensuring the work arrives no later than 23 January 2023. For information on how to submit your work see the Assessment information for Arts modules. There is a single part to TMA 03:… Continue reading This TMA accounts for 6 per cent of your assessment mark for the module. When yo

Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat” Objective: Relate to themes a

Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat” Objective: Relate to themes and characters in the play; synthesize and connect to the material and themes of ” Sweat” through writing and composing a letter to a character in the play. Write a letter in real time and in first person to one of… Continue reading Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat”
Objective: Relate to themes a

By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly

By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly article to the discussion area. By the end of the week, respond to your classmates’ posts with your feedback, questions, and suggestions. For this assignment, find a scholarly article on your Week 4 short story (Alice Walker Everyday Use) in the SUO… Continue reading By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly

Primary Reading: Catcher in the Rye. Secondary Reading: Donald M. Fiene’s articl

Primary Reading: Catcher in the Rye. Secondary Reading: Donald M. Fiene’s article “J. D. Salinger Links to an external site.” in EBSCO. You may need to sign in. If so, use username and password I have provided. Then enter this link: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=lfh&AN=103331DWT11770270000268&site=ehost-live&scope=site, Links to an external site.If you cannot access this article, you may use… Continue reading Primary Reading: Catcher in the Rye.
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By the due date assigned, post your response of at least 150-200 words to the Di

By the due date assigned, post your response of at least 150-200 words to the Discussion Area. By the end of the week, comment on at least two of your classmates’ submissions. IMPORTANT NOTE: You must choose one of the stories below to work from for your Week 4 & Week 5 assignments in order… Continue reading By the due date assigned, post your response of at least 150-200 words to the Di

Reading assignment: Primary Reading: The Old Man and the Sea (entire book). Seco

Reading assignment: Primary Reading: The Old Man and the Sea (entire book). Secondary Reading: Hemingway introduction Links to an external site.. Critical Secondary Reading: One original professional research source. This must be a source found using EBSCO–not an anonymous source or an encyclopedic source. Actually use this source to provide added interpretation of one of… Continue reading Reading assignment:
Primary Reading: The Old Man and the Sea (entire book).
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For this response paper, you should choose an essay to respond to from one of th

For this response paper, you should choose an essay to respond to from one of the attached files. I have tried to offer an historical range (1960s to 21st century) as well as a variety of perspectives. Directions for Response Papers: First, briefly summarize the point in the essay you plan to respond to. Carefully… Continue reading For this response paper, you should choose an essay to respond to from one of th

Choose a short story from the folder and respond to it, setting your chosen stor

Choose a short story from the folder and respond to it, setting your chosen story in dialogue with the material we’ve discussed in class (time travel, robots/machines/artificial intelligence, aliens). Do not summarize the plot of the story! Instead, choose a scene or series of related moments, describe them briefly (2-3 sentences) and explain how your… Continue reading Choose a short story from the folder and respond to it, setting your chosen stor