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Please review the mla template provided as well as review mla purdue owl link below for assistance on the mla style.

Please use MLA Style with font of Arial or Times New Roman 12 point. Your essay must have a clear introduction, thesis statement, conclusion, works cited section and must be doubled spaced. Your essay must address your thesis clearly. You must directly cite from at least four sources in MLA form within the body of the essay and within the works cited section and have a word count minimum of 1000 words not counting the works cited section, title, or class information section of the essay. Please review the MLA template provided as well as review MLA Purdue OWL link below for assistance on the MLA style.
YOUR ASSIGNMENT: Consider the community where you are from. What structures of power are embedded in this place, and how can you see differences in power in the way spaces are used and claimed? The MLA Style requirements below will be strictly enforced.

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-are they making an argument ?

One must also take into account how the text employs the rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) in order
to make its argument.
For this assignment, you may choose from any of the texts that we will have read up to the point the essay is due.
These might include any of the critical essays we’ve read, such as “Monster Culture (Seven These)” by Jeffrey Jerome
Cohen,” “Frankenstein, Feminism, and Literary Theory” by Diane Hoeveler, “The Workshop of Filthy Creation:
A Marxist Reading of Frankenstein” by Warren Montag; additional supplementary readings such as “Excerpts
from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” by Mary Wollstonecraft or Charles E. Robinson’s “How to Read
Frankenstein; book reviews from Walter Scott or John Wilson Croker; certain monologues from Frankenstein like
those delivered by Elizabeth Lavenza or The Creature, etc.
Whichever text you choose, you should comment on each of the elements listed above: the exigence, audience,
Constraints, and rhetorical appeals. Here are some helpful questions to get you started:
What is the rhetorical situation?
-What occasion or exigence is the text responding to?
Who is the author/speaker and what are their goals/ their intentions?
-Do they intend to inform or entertain their audience?
-Are they making an argument ? If so, what is it?
Who is the intended audience for the text?
-Is the audience one person? Many?
-Is the author familiar with their audience? Do they have anything in common?
What is the content of the message?
-What is the main point of the text? Can you summarize it?
-How is that content limited by certain constraints, such as its genre or delivery method?
Does the text abide by the conventions of its genre?
-If it’s a critical article, does it put forth a thesis and support it with evidence?
-Does it deviate from expectation by not abiding by its genre conventions?
Does the author effectively/ineffectively use rhetorical appeals to make their argument?
-Does it appeal to pathos (emotion)? Logos (logic)? Ethos (credibility)

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Use times new roman 12 pt font

Use Times New Roman 12 pt Font
Double Space Everything
Include an MLA heading with your name, teacher’s name, class, and date.
Include a header with your last name and page number.
This essay should be at least 600 words

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Include a strong concluding paragraph that summarizes your main points and explains the significance of the thesis.

Compose an essay of 750 words and 5 or more paragraphs in which you offer your interpretation of a literary element (such as theme, imagery, symbolism, or characterization) in one of the assigned poems. Choose any poem from our Week 1 or Week 2 poetry reading list.
Tips for the Essay
Open your introduction with an engaging opener, such as a question, quotation from the poem, or interesting idea. Then, connect to the poem and mention the title and the author. End your introduction with a thesis statement that interprets one literary element of the poem.
The body paragraphs should support your thesis. Present specific aspects of the poem that help to illustrate your points. Make sure to quote from the poem and analyze specific lines that support your argument. Typically, body paragraphs will contain at least two short quotations each as supporting evidence. Do not do any outside research. This should be only your own interpretation.
Include a strong concluding paragraph that summarizes your main points and explains the significance of the thesis. Finish this paragraph with a strong and satisfying ending.

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Write an essay over an object in the short story that reflects symbolism.

Write an essay over an object in the short story that reflects symbolism. ”Araby” by James Joyce is the short story.

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Basically your going to be reading this article called “character & dialogue- a

Basically your going to be reading this article called “character & dialogue- a collection of mentor texts” that the title and this is the name of the story is “hills like white elephants” read this make sure you cite it as well and and just write a collage level story essay on it thanks that’s all.

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Think about experiences, people, places, gifts, classes….that you could write about how they have inspired that feeling of awe or wonder in you and that could be compared, contrasted, or both.

Think about the terms awe and wonder as you consider what exactly you would like to compare/contrast. You might use a chapter from Green as inspiration. Think about experiences, people, places, gifts, classes….that you could write about how they have inspired that feeling of awe or wonder in you and that could be compared, contrasted, or both.

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Write an essay that analyzes the rhetorical choices cesar chavez makes to develop his argument about nonviolent resistance.

Write an essay that analyzes the rhetorical choices Cesar Chavez makes to develop his argument about nonviolent resistance.

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Your essay will a have thesis statement that makes a strong point about your topic, a purposeful organizational strategy, and paragraphs that build upon one another.

For this essay, you will pick 2 subjects within an overarching category and then consider their similarities and differences. Your overall goal will be to show a deep understanding of your subject matter and, through the course of the essay, share your informed perspective. Your essay will a have thesis statement that makes a strong point about your topic, a purposeful organizational strategy, and paragraphs that build upon one another.

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We will use this creative assignment to sharpen your use of concrete detail, example, and precise language

A descriptive reflection essay. We will use this creative assignment to sharpen your use of concrete detail, example, and precise language