English and Literature
Topic: Machiavelli Free writing about the topic. Use critical thinking and analysis. Please you first person as if these are your experiences. Write about interpretations of the text and opinions. This is informal writing. Feel free to connect it to the real world.
Watch the Movie: A Single Man. on Netflix. Analyze the movie and isolate gender stereotypes and representational inclusions/omissions. In the first part of your essay, briefly summarize the show and the main characters, and identify the key elements you have chosen to rewrite and/or the characters you might choose to recast in order to make the program more diverse in its representational strategy and explain why youve made those choices. Then, rewrite a short section of the show, scripting it in as much detail as possible (~3 pages). In your answer, you may consider gender, sexuality, race, class, and any other aspects of social location, ideally focusing on intersectional identities. Finally, discuss how your changes impact the story being told and the message(s) about intersectional gender that are being conveyed. Use 7 scholarly sources!!!I have a link to the movie if you need!
Part of the American identity involves intervening in the face of injustice. Do you agree with this point? What boundaries should exist to those interventions? Support your claims using “Resistance to Civil Government” AND one of the other assigned rea
Read the “Snows of Kilimanjaro” and, drawing from our discussions in class and what you know and/or read about Ernest Hemingway, write a 1,400-word literary analysis centered on one of the four topics below:
Free writing about the topic. Use critical thinking and analysis. Please you first person as if these are your experiences. Write about interpretations of the text and opinions. This is informal writing. Feel free to connect it to the real world.
Attach your final research paper and artifacts. The final paper is 1500 – 1800 words (excluding the descriptor) and must be presented in APA format. You are required to have a minimum of six (6) total references with a minimum of four (4) from appropriate sources outside of our course text and related assignments. You may use any of our course materials as references, but know you must have a minimum of four (4) references from external sources that you’ve researched and secured on your own. In addition, you are required to have a minimum of two (2) artifacts incorporated in your final paper with at least one (1) of the artifacts being your original work. Artifacts should be included as attachments to your final paper, but must be referenced, described, and numbered within the text of your paper. Artifact numbering shall be by Standard and presented in the order they are included in your final paper. For example, we are focusing on Standard 10 (Student Personnel Services) so your artifacts need to be numbered “Artifact 10.1,” “Artifact 10.2,” etc… ….