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sources, but if you do you *must* cite them according to MLA formatting rules.

sources, but if you do you *must* cite them according to MLA formatting rules.

You must use and analyze quotations from the plays to write your essay. You must refer to 2 of the 3 plays we have read since Macbeth: Hamlet, Othello, or The Winter’s Tale.

Essay Topics

Hamlet has supernatural elements, but Othello does not. What significance does this difference hold for the meaning of the plays?
Hamlet and othello by Shakespeare

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sources, but if you do you *must* cite them according to MLA formatting rules.

sources, but if you do you *must* cite them according to MLA formatting rules.

You must use and analyze quotations from the plays to write your essay. You must refer to 2 of the 3 plays we have read since Macbeth: Hamlet, Othello, or The Winter’s Tale.

Essay Topics

Hamlet has supernatural elements, but Othello does not. What significance does this difference hold for the meaning of the plays?
Hamlet and othello by Shakespeare

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read and review the book “Do Oxen Low when Mangers are Full?” by Ivan Rudchenko

read and review the book “Do Oxen Low when Mangers are Full?” by Ivan Rudchenko and Panas Myrny
(IT IS A TEST ORDER, DO NOT TAKE IT)

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Select from the list of topics provided in the document.

This project is about schools defining and shaping American Life- The relationship between school organization and the Constitution. Select from the list of topics provided in the document. The rest of the instructions are included in the document.

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How does the ghost appear?

please answer the following questions about the play hamlet by William ShakespeareI am including below some description/summary of scenes in the first half of Hamlet and pointing out sections that deserve especially close attention. I would like each of you to post a reply in this discussion that offers some thoughtful response to the first 3 acts. You can record it or type it, whichever you prefer.Act 1, Scene 1 Notice that the ghost appears in full armor. Horatio also gives us some important background on the political situation between Norway and Denmark.1.2 Lots of important stuff here, including introducing Hamlet and his first conversation with Horatio. Notice that Hamlet, Horatio, and Laertes are all students (though not all at the same school). Claudius’ initial monologue also focuses on Fortinbras and Norway. Gertrude’s first interactions with Claudius and Hamlet. Hamlet’s “that within which passes show.”1.3 Polonius’ famous advice to to Laertes: “neither a borrower nor a lender blah blah blah.” Why does Polonius want Ophelia to break things off with Hamlet?1.4 and 1.5 Hamlet and the Ghost. This is a good scene to try to visualize on an early modern stage. How would the characters have moved around?2.1 What is Polonius sending Renaldo to do? First mention of Hamlet going mad.2.2 Why has Claudius summoned Rosencrantz and Guildenstern? Ambassador’s return from Norway. Polonius talks of Hamlet’s lunacy. Polonius’ plan to spy, his interaction with Hamlet. How does Hamlet treat him, what about everyone else? Polonius introduces the players, they deliver some interesting speeches, and Hamlet has some interesting and important reactions to their delivery. “The play’s the thing.”3.1 To be or not to be, who’s on stage, how much to they hear? Hamlet treats Ophelia like shit. Plans to ship Hamlet off to England.3.2 Speak the speech. Hamlet’s advice to the players. Polonius played in Julius Caesar. The dumb show, “the Mouse Trap” (a play within a play).3.3 WHY DOESN’T HAMLET DO IT???3.4 Gertrude’s closet (bedroom). Pay attention to her interaction with Hamlet. What sense do we get of each character and of what they think about each other? How does the Ghost appear? Polonius is dead, and Hamlet will be sent to England with some sealed letters.3.5 and 3.6 Catching Hamlet and sending him away.

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You should consult work on both your individual author and also literary modernism, so you can develop your argument.·module aimsknowledge and understanding:on successful completion of the module students will be able to:1 – demonstrate a knowledge of modernism 1900-1940 in britain and ireland, especially inrelation to representations of a) the city b) sexual relations and identity in the period.2- demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which these representations have been constructed and developed i

Assessment Task Details and Instructions:Assignment Question:To what extent does this extract demonstrate the formal characteristics, and thematic concerns, of literary modernism?· Select 1 passage of prose (fiction or non-fiction), between 50 and 90 lines inlength, which you believe is representative of modernist practice.This should either be something we have studied on the course or approved by your seminar tutor.· These lines must be consecutive i.e. you must not pick random lines throughout,the extract, they must follow each other sequentially.· Whilst the main emphasis should be on detailed textual analysis, we do expect you to show good knowledge and understanding of critical debates and contextual-issues relating to modernism that have been addressed on the module thus far.· and the extract of fiction novel one of themanifesto extracts from the Modernism Using some critical work would be to your advantage, approximately 4-6 scholarly academic sources. You should consult work on both your individual author and also literary modernism, so you can develop your argument.·Module AimsKnowledge and Understanding:On successful completion of the module students will be able to:1 – Demonstrate a knowledge of modernism 1900-1940 in Britain and Ireland, especially inrelation to representations of a) the city b) sexual relations and identity in the period.2- Demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which these representations have been constructed and developed in response to changing social, political and cultural concerns.3- Demonstrate an awareness of and an ability to use cultural and literary debates totheorise textual analysis.4- Demonstrate a knowledge of how literary form and technique is related to the key thematic issuesTransferable/ Key Skills and other attributes:On completion of this module students will have had the opportunity to:1- Develop and refine critical skills of textual analysis;2- Employ and assess a range of critical positions which may be relevant to a discussion of these texts;3- Synthesise information and to construct effectively an argument in writing;4- Utilise information technology to present written information clearly and professionally;5- Apply faculties of critical reasoning in answering questions raised by the module-6- Construct a bibliography and reference a range of information sources in anappropriate and correct manner.word count/ duration (if applicable)2000 words:Your assessment should be 2000 words. This includes your references but not your workscited/bibliography.Essays over 10% or under 10% of the target word count will be penalised.
( The Requested Novel is Mrs. Dalloway, the Author Woolf, Virginia. Close reading essay 2000words, ( reflecting in 2 different themes please, Modernism, the City and Gender & Modernism The Post trauma disorder on the Male after the War )

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How did marriage change her?

This discussion will focus on comparing gender roles in Susan Glaspell’s Trifles (2013) with gender roles in the 21st century. The play can be found at the following site: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/10623/10623-h/10623-h.htm#TRIFLES
I have asked two questions below. These initial posts should be thoughtful and complete, about 150 words each question.
Questions:
-What kind of woman was Minnie Foster before she married John Wright? How did marriage change her?
-How do men and women in the play compare with men and women today?

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Please write an 8-10 page conference-style paper (2350-2700 words not including works cited) that offers an original analytical argument based on your close reading of a play and including a properly formatted works cited page..

Please write An 8-10 page conference-style paper (2350-2700 words not including works cited) that offers an original analytical argument based on your close reading of a play and including a properly formatted works cited page.. the play is taming of the shrew by William Shakespeare

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Proper proof-reading and editing

A detailed analysis of the relationship between the early modern theatre audience and Francis Beaumont’s A Burning Pestle. The essay will reflect on the extent to which the play invites audience participation and what dramatic function said participation serves.Potential foci for Assessment 1 might include but are not limited to:The role of the audience
The act of spectatorship
The representation of actors and actingAdditional Tips:
Evidence of thoughtful engagement with the issues raised, and texts discussed, during the course
Evidence of an understanding of the historical and cultural context in which the text(s) chosen was/were written and read, and how the text(s) is/are informed by that context
Familiarity with primary and secondary texts
Evidence of independent critical thinking
The ability to structure and sustain an argument
Clarity and fluency of expression
Proper proof-reading and editing

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Why is this a good approach for sampling in this study?

Part 1: The Role of the Researcher and the Research Triad
Identify the study you are reviewing using APA 7
These questions need to be addressed
What was the problem statement?
Summarize how was the background of the problem presented?
What was the purpose statement?
What was the research question(s)?
How are the problem statement, research question, and purpose statement related to each other in this study?
Is the research design applied in the study experimental, non-experimental comparative, or correlational and how do the Research Questions of the study reflect or align with that approach?
Part 2: The Role of the Literature and Theoretical/Conceptual Framework
How did the literature presented support the problem statement and research questions(s)?
Part 3: Quantitative Data Collection
How did the author present a rationale for the appropriateness for using the method for the study?
Identify the
Identify what approach to sampling was used?
Why is this a good approach for sampling in this study?
What types of quantitative data were collected?
Why were these useful forms of data for answering the research questions?
Part 4: Quantitative Data Analysis and Rigor
How was data analyzed in this study?
How did the researcher address rigor?