In “Allegory of the Cave” Socrates describes education in terms of “freedom”. Do you find this vision convincing? How might one be freed (or shackled) through education? ** Must incorporate one piece of material from a reading such as – David Bohn “On Communication” This is the 1st time using this service, thank you so… Continue reading I need to ensure this will be authentic as it is checked for plagiarism and a big concebcirn for me as i try this.
For this explication. Professor is asking for an in-depth explanation about Chinese poetry. I attached a file called “Chinese poetry”. In the file, it has a link to the website with hundreds of poems. Choose anyone you want, and please tell me which one you picked. Also, there are more attachments for the essay. Please… Continue reading For this explication.
Read the Sermon on the Mount (Links to an external site.). Then, read the Song of Roland (Links to an external site.). How far from early Christian ideals have these Christian soldiers in the Song of Roland come? – Your answer should be about 250 words. – Be specific about where in the text you… Continue reading – your answer should be about 250 words.
Read Acts 2-3 of Tamburlaine. 2) For discussion: What does Tamburlaine, the character, want? Try to boil down your answer to one word (it’s hard, but try!). Be ready to point to a passage or two to support your answer.
Freshly creatively written: 100% free of any plagiarism and No Course hero links nor affiliation, links nor material. Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read “This Must Be the Place” and “Individualism as an American Cultural Value” in your course text. In addition, read the article “How Language Shapes Thought (Links to an… Continue reading How is language depicted as a source of power on the one hand, and a cause of inner and external conflict on the other?
Analyze a theory from the novel ‘Fight Club’ with proper research. The theory must present a reasonable argument to argue on; it cannot be something everyone already agrees on. Make sure to establish a thesis, cite sources, and have a works cited page! Here’s a link to the novel: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1idi15ljjxfWt5_tyHJ6V6OYE1PNx5y5O/view
Flannery O’Connor herself says her subject is “the action of grace in territory held largely by the devil.” Define grace and the devil. Define grace and the devil and how they function in either “The Life YOu Save May Be YOur Own” or “Good Country People.”
Explore the idea of family and our responsibilities to each other as expressed in “Death of a Hired Man” by Robert Frost.
Write a short essay (about three pages) in response to ONE of the following. Do not consult outside sources or each other. Work on your own, using the primary texts and any material in the modules as support. Be sure that you have a solid, defendable thesis statement toward the end of the introduction, which… Continue reading Write a short essay (about three pages) in response to ONE of the following. Do
instructions S. J. Rozan Interview: Paragraph-Building Exercise QX: In one of our talks in Philadelphia, I remember you touched on the necessity of adhering to the conventions of the crime novel genre and of moving beyond them at the same time; can you talk more about it here? SJR: The conventions of the crime genre… Continue reading In one of our talks in Philadelphia, I remember you touched on the necessity of adhering to the conventions of the crime novel genre and of moving beyond them at the same time; can you talk more about it here?