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An example of a special feature would be, “the sedge has withered from the lake, and no birds sing.”

all info in photograph attached. an example of a special feature would be, “The sedge has withered from the lake, And no birds sing.” This is from La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad.

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An example of a special feature would be, “the sedge has withered from the lake, and no birds sing.”

all info in photograph attached. an example of a special feature would be, “The sedge has withered from the lake, And no birds sing.” This is from La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad.

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I chose the symposium, could you guys go off of what i wrote for that and maybe match my writing style?

Close Reading Essay For this exercise, select one of the following texts: Plato’s Symposium Then, in your Close Reading Essay, choose a short passage from the text and explore its significance in light of a larger context that defines the work as a whole. “Minimum Requirements The essay should be 1,500-1,800 words in length, double-spaced, with 12 point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Use clear prose and maintain a formal tone. Include a main claim (thesis statement) in bold type with a focus specific enough to support in an essay of this length. Consider placing your main claim in the first, second, or final paragraph. In your opening paragraph, identify and introduce the work and passage you will discuss, and the focus of your argument. Your introductory paragraph should also contain an engaging question, anecdote, illustration, or metaphor which conveys the focus of the essay. Build your argument inductively through a close reading of the passage you are interpreting. Each page of your essay should include a discussion of at least two individual words or phrases from the text. In your closing paragraph, move beyond a mere summary of your argument. Leave us with an observation, insight, or question to ponder. An effective conclusion will often revisit the opening question or illustration of the first paragraph, presenting it in a new light. For this assignment, you will focus only on the primary text you are analyzing, without including any secondary sources (works from other scholars). Nevertheless, all references to your primary text must be documented using in-text citations and an MLA formatted works cited page. (Please see the Purdue OWL for MLA citation guidelines.)” So I already wrote out three hundred words or so of a pre-writing answer but I can’t think of anything else, mostly because I can’t even figure out what my thesis was from that original writing. I chose the Symposium, could you guys go off of what I wrote for that and maybe match my writing style? I can send pictures of the book I have to use.

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English Literature

Sentence-level accuracy: this includes things such as sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement.

This paper is the culmination of your research project, in which you are examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. Before publishing your paper, you will have chosen a topic, developed a research question, and identified several potential sources in an annotated bibliography. You should write on the same topic for this paper, unless your professor has asked you to make changes to your topic. As you write your paper, be sure to include the following: an introductory paragraph that includes your thesis statement. The introduction is meant to engage your readers and orient them to the topic, and the thesis statement should clearly state your position or central claim to be supported in the body of your paper. any definition of terms or background information that your reader is likely to need to understand your paper focused body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and use transitions as needed. This is where you will support the thesis using arguments and evidence. Use the sentence outline you developed in class to guide you. a concluding paragraph that reiterates the thesis, summarizes key points of the paper, and leaves the reader with the “So what?” an APA reference list that includes all of the sources cited in the text of the paper, in alphabetical order Research is a key element of this paper. Take care to support your claims with research throughout the paper. Include APA in-text citations whenever you use sources, whether through quote, paraphrase, or summary. Language Choices As a writer, you are free to decide how you use language, keeping the following in mind: style: your language choices should result in a consistent writing style that is purposeful and aligned with your goals readability: your language choices should ensure that your ideas are clear and easy to follow When composing your assignment, think about the conventions for academic writing, including: punctuation: this includes things such as recommended use of commas, colons, and apostrophes. word-level accuracy: this includes things such as capitalization, spelling, word-tense, and usage. sentence-level accuracy: this includes things such as sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement. Take time to review your language choices after you’ve published your assignment. Think about your goals for the style of this writing and your own writing habits (like using “text-speak,” omitting capitalization, or writing sentence fragments). Revise as necessary to accomplish your style and readability goals. Reading your writing aloud is a helpful technique when reviewing your language choices for style and readability. This paper calls for an academic style, which most frequently involves third person point of view. Second person “you” is seldom used in academic writing. First person “I” is best restricted to discussions of your personal experience or involvement with the research topic or your role of as the researcher. Not all research papers will will include these discussions. First person statements of opinion (“I believe,” “I would say,” etc.) may weaken your claims. Instead, state your position without these phrases, and provide evidence. Length and Format This paper should be at least 2000 words, including references. Incorporate these elements of APA style: Use one-inch margins. Double space. Use a consistent, easy-to-read font between 10-point and 12-point. Include a title page with the title of your paper, your name, and the name of your school.

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Before publishing your paper, you will have chosen a topic, developed a research question, and identified several potential sources in an annotated bibliography.

I attached 5 of the 8 cited sources required This paper is the culmination of your research project, in which you are examining a current issue or event in the news from the perspective of your field of study. Before publishing your paper, you will have chosen a topic, developed a research question, and identified several potential sources in an annotated bibliography. You should write on the same topic for this paper, unless your professor has asked you to make changes to your topic. As you write your paper, be sure to include the following: an introductory paragraph that includes your thesis statement. The introduction is meant to engage your readers and orient them to the topic, and the thesis statement should clearly state your position or central claim to be supported in the body of your paper. any definition of terms or background information that your reader is likely to need to understand your paper focused body paragraphs that begin with topic sentences and use transitions as needed. This is where you will support the thesis using arguments and evidence. Use the sentence outline you developed in class to guide you. a concluding paragraph that reiterates the thesis, summarizes key points of the paper, and leaves the reader with the “So what?” an APA reference list that includes all of the sources cited in the text of the paper, in alphabetical order Research is a key element of this paper. Take care to support your claims with research throughout the paper. Include APA in-text citations whenever you use sources, whether through quote, paraphrase, or summary. Language Choices As a writer, you are free to decide how you use language, keeping the following in mind: style: your language choices should result in a consistent writing style that is purposeful and aligned with your goals readability: your language choices should ensure that your ideas are clear and easy to follow When composing your assignment, think about the conventions for academic writing, including: punctuation: this includes things such as recommended use of commas, colons, and apostrophes. word-level accuracy: this includes things such as capitalization, spelling, word-tense, and usage. sentence-level accuracy: this includes things such as sentence boundaries, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun-antecedent agreement. Take time to review your language choices after you’ve published your assignment. Think about your goals for the style of this writing and your own writing habits (like using “text-speak,” omitting capitalization, or writing sentence fragments). Revise as necessary to accomplish your style and readability goals. Reading your writing aloud is a helpful technique when reviewing your language choices for style and readability. This paper calls for an academic style, which most frequently involves third person point of view. Second person “you” is seldom used in academic writing. First person “I” is best restricted to discussions of your personal experience or involvement with the research topic or your role of as the researcher. Not all research papers will will include these discussions. First person statements of opinion (“I believe,” “I would say,” etc.) may weaken your claims. Instead, state your position without these phrases, and provide evidence. Length and Format This paper should be at least 2000 words, including references. Incorporate these elements of APA style: Use one-inch margins. Double space. Use a consistent, easy-to-read font between 10-point and 12-point. Include a title page with the title of your paper, your name, and the name of your school.

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If you need any other information on topics touched in class i will be able to drop that in the chat.

I have attached the instructions for the essay and The Public Burning which is the piece of literature that I want to discuss. If you need any other information on topics touched in class I will be able to drop that in the chat.

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How would you characterize her embodiment of motherhood?

Essay #1. Literary Analysis. Evidence should come from the text. Times New Roman, 12 pt font. 1″ margins. Double spaced. Word document Prompt: Is Mrs. Bennett in Pride and Prejudice a good mother? Why or why not? How would you characterize her embodiment of motherhood? No outside sources allowed! Evidence should come from the text please! Will be submitted to turnitin.com no plagiarism.

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The body of your paper will use multiple well-organized paragraphs in which you explain your ideas and offer close readings of specific supporting examples from each literary text, including brief quotations.

Please do not autobid—please read entirely through! First of all, I will provide ALL Sources (FULL TEXT SCHOLARLY ARTICLES) to be used! Length: The paper will be from six to eight pages double-spaced, standard one-inch margins, in Times New Roman size 12 font between 1,500 to 2,500 words. The Paper will have the following parts: An introduction where you provide relevant background on the primary literary text and introduce the sources for that text that you will be discussing. At the end of the introduction, you will state a thesis that makes an assertion about the use of the source(s) in the literary text. How did the author adapt and change those sources, and what is the primary effect of the changes? A comparison and contrast between each original source and the way the source material is used in the literary work. If you are examining only one source, break that examination into several segments. The body of your paper will use multiple well-organized paragraphs in which you explain your ideas and offer close readings of specific supporting examples from each literary text, including brief quotations. (Do not quote extensive passages.) All sources (both primary and secondary) must be cited in the text whether they are being discussed in your own words or quoted directly. A conclusion that returns to the thesis and then sums up your research and analysis. A works cited page (using MLA 8th edition documentation style) including both primary and secondary sources used in the paper. Documentation Style: The paper is to be formatted and documented in the Modern Language Association (MLA) 8th edition style. Paper is due Oct 3 at 9:00PM Easter Standard Time. Please inbox me the word “UNDERSTOOD” to show me you read the instructions and you agree to the due date and time (Eastern Standard Time)—and you agree to complete according to instructions and due date and time if your bid wins. Thank you.

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The prompt is to describe how the book examines what makes us human.

This is an essay about the book 1984 by George Orwell. The prompt is to describe how the book examines what makes us human. Are we products of our society or are there qualities and features that remain despite societal pressures and constraints? Needs to have at least 8 quotes.

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English Literature

Find images/symbols associated with the character how does the character relate to the major conflicts and themes that we’ve discussed?

Brainstorm ideas concerning your character. Consider: What are the most prominent features/characteristics? What quotes from the text best summarize vour character? Or demonstrate the true nersonality of the character? Find images/symbols associated with the character How does the character relate to the major conflicts and themes that we’ve discussed? 2. Select the 2 best symbols to represent your character. Incorporate the symbols into your biography and explain why you selected these symbols in your rationale. 3. Select the best quote from the story to represent your character. Incorporate the quote into your biography and explain why you selected this quote in your rationale. 4. Select a theme from the story and tell how your character’s actions (or lack of action) play a role in the theme’s development. Include additional elements necessary for your reader to understand the character’s biography.