the one i want to do is the one that is bolded and italicized. Which is option 1.
directions: Choose one of the following topics. Your essay must be well developed and include a well-developed introductory paragraph, clear thesis, several supporting paragraphs, and a well-developed concluding paragraph. Avoid generalities and vague references. Include plenty of analysis/commentary in the body paragraphs. Do not simply offer a summary of the two works. Incorporate direct quotes from the works you are analyzing. Word count: At least 750 words.
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1) Compare/contrast Francis Macomber and Nick Adams in terms of a significant theme. For example: courage, self-examination/exploration, redemption, death, etc.
2) Compare/Contrast any two of the following in terms of a significant theme.: Dexter Green, Charlie Wales or Nick Adams. For example: self-examination/exploration, time, redemption, wealth, the American Dream, the modern quest, etc.
3) Compare/contrast any two of the following in terms of a significant theme: â€œNothing Gold Can Stay,â€ â€œStopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,â€ â€œFire and Ice,â€ â€œThe Road Not Taken,â€ â€œDesign.â€ For example: time/change, death, decisions/dualities, ambivalence, etc.
4) Compare/Contrast one or both of Cullenâ€™s poems (â€œYet Do I Marvel,â€ â€œIncidentâ€) with one or all three of Hughesâ€™ poems (â€œI, Too,â€ â€œTheme for English Bâ€) according to a significant theme. For example: race/racism, alienation, identity, etc.
Examples of some elements to discuss in the course of your analysis: characters, setting, significant scenes, significant statements/dialogue, language, literary techniques such as symbolism, metaphor, etc.
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