Description: Instruction I WILL ATTACH THE UNIT READER , LECTURE SLIDES, MARKING GUIDE AND TOPIC LIST You should: provide clear thesis sentence and coherent argument within the essay. 1) Write two separate essays of 750 words each. you cannot write about “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d” poem text. You are permitted to write about the same author as long as the text is different. 2) Engage with relevant themes from the lectures and tutorial discussions. 3) Cite your sources by employing Harvard documentation style. (a) You are not required to conduct additional research, but you may do so if you feel it is necessary to develop and support your argument. Consult the library website for additional sources. (b) If you quote from a lecture verbatim or paraphrase substantial passages from a lecture, then you must cite it. 4) Organize the analysis around a central argument or “thesis” and provide textual evidence to support its claims. 5) Employ an appropriate writing style with minimal spelling, grammatical, or other errors. 6) Refer to the marking criteria in the Learning Guide. 7) Stay within the word limit +/- 10%. This essay is based on week 7- 14 topics ( check list below) Questions below: choose one to write x2 750words essay. (Q1) In the week 13 lecture and tutorials we discussed how Whitman adopts the American principle of e pluribus unum (“out of many one”). This ideal is also relevant to other 19th century American texts insofar as they feature characters who live on the margins of society: wage laborers, prostitutes, slaves, soldiers, sailors, and so on. Choose two texts by different authors from the following list: Whitman, Melville, and Douglass. How do these authors illustrate the ways in which the characters are included or excluded from the principle of e pluribus unum? (Q2) Poe and Dickinson often write about the topic of death, which might lead you to conclude that they are utterly gloomy and pessimistic authors. Focusing on one story by Poe and one poem by Dickinson that we have read, answer the following question: how do these texts address the subject of death in a positive, ironic, comic, mocking, or parodic manner? Please use uploaded documents for order 82616007 ***Here is the feedback indicate that you did not follow the instructions for the exam properly. I have attached them again here for you to review. Please read them carefully. You needed to write two separate essays on the following questions: 1. In the week 13 lecture and tutorials we discussed how Whitman adopts the American principle of e pluribus unum (“out of many one”). This ideal is also relevant to other 19th century American texts insofar as they feature characters who live on the margins of society: wage laborers, prostitutes, slaves, soldiers, sailors, and so on. Choose two texts by different authors from the following list: Whitman, Melville, and Douglass. How do these authors illustrate the ways in which the characters are included or excluded from the principle of e pluribus unum? 2. Poe and Dickinson often write about the topic of death, which might lead you to conclude that they are utterly gloomy and pessimistic authors. Focusing on one story by Poe and one poem by Dickinson that we have read, answer the following question: how do these texts address the subject of death in a positive, ironic, comic, mocking, or parodic manner? You only answered question one and you divided it into two parts. You were meant to integrate Whitman and Douglass into one 750 word response. You were also meant to answer question two on Poe and Dickinson and integrate your chosen texts into one 750 word response. Nevertheless, keeping in mind the impact of COVID, I will permit you to resubmit the final exam.
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