Literature Question

In this section of the essay, you want to show how your solution addresses the specific problems that you laid out in the previous section of your essay, draws from (cites) relevant research that supports your claims, and compares with existing attempts to solve the issue.
For this section, you may want to look at effective proposals for models. One example of a proposal comes from the Fair Food Network based in Michigan. They classified Detroit as a food desert, essentially meaning that residents have an undue burden to access healthy foods not only because of cost but also the lack of grocery stores in the city. As low-income residents were primarily relying on processed and fast foods, the city had widespread debilitating and serious health problems like diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension. What did the Fair Food Network propose?
The Fair Food Network understood that many low-income residents relied on EBT cards (SNAP/WIC benefits) for food, and the current amount was not enough to pay for many healthy food options. Their solution: double EBT bucks on fruits and vegetables sold at places like Eastern Market (a local farmer’s market). This policy solution was going to require the state subsidizing these programs even more (something politicians looking at the budget are often unwilling to do). The Fair Food Network smartly argued to the government that the small amount they would spend doubling EBT bucks on these purchases would alleviate the exponential healthcare costs down the line and that it would benefit commercial local farmers (a strong special interest group in Michigan).
They actually convinced the Michigan state government to enact this proposal! Check out how they structured this proposal, and many others, on their website as an example of how you can think through your proposal.
Section 3: Proposal (2-3 pages)
What are some proposed solutions that are out there currently? How is this problem being treated currently?
What is your proposal?
Intended consequences? Unintended consequences?
How does this proposal address the problem you have laid out?
What does this proposal offer that other existing proposals do not offer?

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Writer’s Choice

Your final exam will take the form of a letter in which you recommend a text from this class. If you are close enough with a high school English teacher or principal, you are welcome to email it to them. If you would prefer to email it to the editor of a local paper, that is fine as well. Otherwise, please email it to the superintendent of your school district.

Here are the requirements for the letter:

1) Write a letter to a former English teacher, principal, superintendent, or editor of your local paper in which you argue why a book or story we read should be taught in a public high school. Most high school English curriculum is pretty white, though I know that’s not always the case. If yours was pretty white, that’s a good reason.

While you are welcome to write on the same book you wrote your critical analysis paper on, you may not use any material from the paper. I will pull up the paper for comparison when I read the email.

2) Obviously you will need to demonstrate a strong understanding of the text at hand and what it has to say about cultural diversity in America. What problems did they address? Are there solutions? Implementing a quote or two to prove your point would be good. Regardless, you need to present a strong argument for including the text.

3) Most importantly, what did you learn from this text about cultural diversity? Did it offer you a voice that you could relate to or vocabulary that might be existentially helpful amidst a culture that does not always embrace diversity? Did it clarify or offer representation for a problematic aspect of cultural diversity that you’ve experienced? Did it make you more empathetic? Did it help you understand aspects of cultural diversity that you did not previously acknowledge or understand, such as “the problem of the color line” or double consciousness? This answer should be different than question two, though they could be related. That is, for the purposes of this letter, demonstrating a strong understand of the text is not equivalent to explaining what you learned from it. I would like some self-reflection here, even if that makes you uncomfortable.

The biggest flaws I’ve encountered with this exam are amongst this last aspect, which I think is the most important.

– Hence, your goal will be threefold: create a sound argument for why this text should be taught, demonstrate a strong understanding of what this text can teach students about cultural diversity, and explain why it is important to you/what you learned from it.

– I imagine this letter will be at least two pages. Don’t forget my pet peeves like strong topic sentences and stray this/s. Citations are up to you, given your audience. Please, please don’t half-ass this version of a final or make me regret giving it; I feel like it’s much easier than a traditional final exam but also offers a better context to show what you’ve learned from the class. If you half-ass this exam, it will be obvious, and your grade will reflect it.

The list of books we have read in this class are
1. Schuyler, George S. Black No More.
2. Silko, Leslie Marmon. Ceremony.
3. Kingston, Maxine Hong. The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood among Ghosts.
4. Coates, Ta-Nehisi. Between the World and Me
5. Satyal, Rakesh. No One Can Pronounce My Name. Picador, 2017

– You can choose one book from these five to recommend.

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Critical reflection on The Grapes of Wrath John

Write a critical reflection on The Grapes of Wrath John. Below is the link to the book.

https://frenchpdf.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/39-The-Grapes-of-Wrath-John-Steinbeck.pdf

General Guidelines:
The “Critical Reflection” falls somewhere between casual reading notes and a formal interpretive
essay. I suggest you produce them through a two-step process: 1) underline key points and make brief margin notes or questions as you read hard copy text (use a notebook, or annotation software if you are reading the texts digitally); then 2) review your notes and decide what are the most significant issues or ideas you want to write about regarding the text. The critical reflection does not require an explicit, single thesis statement, but there should be reasonable coherence and continuity to your observations. You may comment on two or three key issues, quotes or aspects of the text, but do not submit a list of scattered observations. Do not turn in a plot or content summary. I already the plots and contents of all the texts.
The broad prompt for this writing assignment is this:
Draft coherent, interpretive observations about any of the primary texts (literature, film, music, images…) assigned for the day the reflection is due. For example, on Week 3 (the first submission week) you will write about one or more (not ALL) of the primary documents included in “Primary texts: Voices from the Trail of Tears”, or Linda Hogan’s “Trail of Tears: Our Removal.” Do not write about the “Introduction” to Rozema’s book, which is also on Moodle.
Don’t focus on texts from prior weeks, but you may make brief comparative comments about them. Just be sure that the large majority of your reflection is about a primary text or texts assigned for the submission date.
Your ideas must be expressed in essay form, with clear, grammatically correct sentences and paragraphs. They should reveal your careful and critical engagement with the primary texts in light of emerging issues, concepts, or themes in the course. However, DO NOT simply reiterate points explicitly developed in previous class discussions. Add something that is original to your reading of the primary texts.
Since the Critical Reflection is more casual than the formal interpretive essays, I will not scrutinize the writing (organizational structure, style, grammar…) as closely as I will in the interpretive essays. I will mostly respond to the substance and quality of your ideas. Don’t draft it off the top of your head just before class. Edit your work for reasonable precision and clarity of expression. Wordiness is strongly discouraged, and I will push you on this style point. Your ideas will be less impactful if I have to untangle them from convoluted, confusing or error-filled prose. I may note significant issues or difficulties in your writing, as a heads up for your formal essay assignments.
Specifications:
• The first two submissions must be a full page at least (though I’d prefer just a bit more), and not more than 2 pages. The last three submissions must be at least 1.5 pages, and not more than 2 pages.
• They must be double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font (like this font), 1” margins all around.
• Post a copy, in MS Word or PDF format, to our class Moodle site before the class meeting on which it is due. I will post an updated syllabus on Moodle with those due dates. Late submissions will not be accepted. Instead, I will ask you to write a reflection late on a separate text to make it up. The only exception is if illness prevents you from attending a class when the reflection is due. In that case you may submit it before the next class meeting.
• Put your name, course number and date on a single line at the top of the page (e.g.: Jane Doe. FYS 3.1 [or 3.2]. Sept. 13, 2021). Then hit the Return key and begin your reflection on the very next line.
Evaluation:
I will make signal notations (checks, question marks, etc.) and written notes as I’m inspired and able. I may give you indications about things I’d like you to do in the next submission and will look to see if you do them or not. I may offer feedback on the writing style, grammar or mechanics as a heads up for the formal essays to come.

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On the Road

Write a critical writing on the first 8 chapter on the book ” On the Road” . below is the link to the book. https://www.tyrone.k12.pa.us/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=2789

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English 250A : Incidents In The Life Of A Slave Girl

Hi I would like a free response paper written from the book “Incidents In The Life Of A Slave Girl” You can choose any chapter that you’d like and I will provide links to the full book and the summary for you.

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Compare the rebellious spirit and free expression described in text

Compare the rebellious spirit and free expression described in the fiction of Jack Kerouac (On the Road), the poetry of Allen Ginsberg (“A Supermarket in California”), and the nonfiction reportage of Joan Didion (Slouching Towards Bethlehem). How do the counterculture scenes of the 1950s and 1960s compare with youth scenes in 2021
In four Pages. all the evidence has to be from the text. no outside information

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Respond to one of the following prompts.

Respond to one of the following prompts.
Prompt 1: Huck Finn
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain presents one boy’s conflict with society’s rules about race and slavery. The law and his religious upbringing tell him that Jim is someone else’s property and require him to turn Jim in as a runaway slave. However, Huck eventually chooses to help his friend escape, even though he knows he’s breaking the law and condemning his own soul to hell.
In a well-developed essay, discuss the following:
Is it ever appropriate for individuals to break the law? Under what circumstances, or for what reasons?
Does Huck make the right decision? Why or why not?
Have you ever intentionally broken a law or rule? What were your reasons? If not, would any circumstances lead you to intentionally break a law or rule?
Prompt 2: The Crucible
In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, innocent people are wrongly accused of witchcraft and executed. Do you think these kinds of “witch hunts” still exist in our world? In other words, are people still unfairly accused and treated poorly for being different?In a well-developed essay, discuss the following:
Describe three individuals and/or groups (past or present) that have been treated unfairly because of some difference.
Explain how the experience of each group or individual is similar and different to what happened in Salem
Submission Instructions:
Essays should be written using Microsoft Word or other word processing software. Your essay should adhere to MLA format (see Required Essay Instructions). Your file must be submitted as a .DOC (MS Word document) or .PDF file. Do not load a link to your essay. You must load the actual file.

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Literature Question

Write a minimum five-paragraph, three-page analysis of Gail Tsukiyama’s novel The Samurai’s Garden. Using examples and quotes from her novel, you can focus on any combination of the following as your thesis statement: theme(s), definition, symbols/analogies, character(s), comparison/contrast, classification/ division. Remember, all thesis support/examples/evidence must come from the novel. You will need at least eight cited quotes and/or paraphrases from Tsukiyama’s book and one Work Cited provided below. Tsukiyama, Gail. The Samurai’s Garden. St. Martin’s Griffin, 1994.

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Illiad

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Modernist Writing

Question: The Waste Land ‘fused images of the First World War with the ancient world and descriiptions of modern-day London’ (OLIVER TEARLE). Explore the importance of war and conflict in T.S Eliot’s The Waste Land and/or ‘The Hollow Men’.

N.B Include simple in-text references (author/date), but do not include footnotes and bibliographies.

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