Metaphor

Briefly define the terms listed below in your own words, then use them in a short paragraph that clearly relates to what you’ve read this module. For example, each entry should look something like this: Metaphor A metaphor is a comparison that doesn’t use like or as. For example, in Maus, Spiegelman uses mice to… Continue reading Metaphor

This is your essay question – couple comparison: by all rights helen is not merely the most beautiful woman in the world, but quite skilled, perceptive, and clever as well.

This is your essay Question – Couple Comparison: By all rights Helen is not merely the most beautiful woman in the world, but quite skilled, perceptive, and clever as well. As such, would she have made a more suitable wife for Odysseus than Penelope? NB: Ignore the existence of Penelope and Odysseus’ marriage for this… Continue reading This is your essay question – couple comparison: by all rights helen is not merely the most beautiful woman in the world, but quite skilled, perceptive, and clever as well.

Evaluation will take into account the quality of the thesis

This 3-5 page, double-spaced essay will respond to a prompt examining class readings from the first half of the semester. Prompts will be distributed one week prior to the due date. You may refer to your texts, but unless citing a direct quotation, please close the text before writing so that you avoidunintentional plagiarism. The… Continue reading Evaluation will take into account the quality of the thesis

Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts.

Montaigne’s three essays “To the Readers,” of cannibals,” and “of the inconsistency of our Actions” Illuminate the difficulty of achieving total self-knowledge and/ or self-mastery. In an organized essay demonstrate how Montaigne attempts to overcome this difficulty. Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts. Please inclubcide… Continue reading Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts.

What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style?

General Directions for this feature: You will give evidence of having read the texts. To accomplish this instead of quizzes, you will submit for the day before a reading is set to be discussed, a written “Quote and Question”; question/response for possible discussion. These can be leaders (introduce topics we have not discussed before, but… Continue reading What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style?

What question(s) do you have about this story for our class?

General Directions for this feature: You will give evidence of having read the texts. To accomplish this instead of quizzes, you will submit for the day before a reading is set to be discussed, a written “Quote and Question”; question/response for possible discussion. These can be leaders (introduce topics we have not discussed before, but… Continue reading What question(s) do you have about this story for our class?

Please inclubcide of the inconsistency of our actions.

Montaigne’s three essays “To the Readers,” of cannibals,” and “of the inconsistency of our Actions” Illuminate the difficulty of achieving total self-knowledge and/ or self-mastery. In an organized essay demonstrate how Montaigne attempts to overcome this difficulty. Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts. Please inclubcide… Continue reading Please inclubcide of the inconsistency of our actions.

What does “Growing up Stupid Under the Union Jack” mean?

Thread: 1. Based on Clarke’s autobiography, discuss the 2 specific ways in which the Caribbean was impacted by WWII. 2. What does “Growing up Stupid Under the Union Jack” mean? Why is this an important argument? Provide evidence to support your position. Please write it as a personal opinion discussions. I will send video in… Continue reading What does “Growing up Stupid Under the Union Jack” mean?