Please answer the following TWO questions 1/After reading the essay “MEMORY AND

Please answer the following TWO questions 1/After reading the essay “MEMORY AND TIME IN LITERATURE” (files uploaded) please explain in your own understanding how memory and time correlate in literature? T o answer that you may want first to isolate the two terms and define them separately before you discuss their correlations in literature. -What… Continue reading Please answer the following TWO questions
1/After reading the essay “MEMORY AND

Question 1) If you choose one of these prompts, be sure to indicate which prompt

Question 1) If you choose one of these prompts, be sure to indicate which prompt you are responding to in the subject line. Prompt 1: Consider the text of “On Being Brought from Africa to America” by Phyllis Wheatley and write a short analysis of her meaning. Consider the following: Why does Wheatley consider her… Continue reading Question 1) If you choose one of these prompts, be sure to indicate which prompt

Lesson 8 Modernism II: Fiction Anderson, “Winesburg” & “Hands” (D273-79) Porter,

Lesson 8 Modernism II: Fiction Anderson, “Winesburg” & “Hands” (D273-79) Porter, “Flowering Judas” (handout) Hemingway, “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” (http://xroads.virginia.edu/~drbr/heming.html Links to an external site.) Fitzgerald, “Babylon Revisited” (D752-66) DQ 8 All Sections No unread replies.No replies. Two questions: 1.Define the function of external symbolism as Anderson and Fitzgerald employ it. How does external symbolism… Continue reading Lesson 8
Modernism II: Fiction
Anderson, “Winesburg” & “Hands” (D273-79)
Porter,

In the short story “A Summers Reading” by Bernard malamud, George Stoyonovich is

In the short story “A Summers Reading” by Bernard malamud, George Stoyonovich is the protagonist. It is clear that George has some serious issues both personal and social. In this task, you are asked to step into the shoes of a counselor, diagnose George and write a well developed essay, present George’s issues and support… Continue reading In the short story “A Summers Reading” by Bernard malamud, George Stoyonovich is