Two works that deal with the same theme (social norms, treatment of women, racism/prejudice, etc.). How do the authors of the works handle this theme, and what do they say about it? For example, it’s not enough to say that Daisy Miller and Maggie: A Girl of the Streets both deal with the ostracization of women from society. How do they portray this treatment, and what point are the authors trying to make about it?ou will be graded not only on your depth of analysis and critical thinking but also how well you integrate secondary sources into your writing and how closely you adhere to MLA documentation. Your paper must be logical, unified, organized, well supported, and free of grammatical and spelling errors.Required Sources: You will need a minimum of four outside sources for this essay (other than the works from the text). At least two of your outside sources must come from the PSC
Library databases. There is a link to the library on the left side of the screen on the course homepage. The other two may come from the Internet. Google Scholar (Links to an external site.) is a good place to start when looking for Internet resources. Make sure that you view the Evaluating Web Resources document in this module before you begin your research.he following sources are UNACCEPTABLE for your essay and inclusion of any of these sources in your essay will result in a zero for the Compare/Contrast Essay grade.WikipediaEncyclopedias Enotes, Monarch Notes, Sparknotes, or CliffnotesGradesaver, Bookrags, or 123Helpme.comMasterplotsAny other “study guide” or overview/analysis type website that is not listed aboveAny student essay, regardless of sourceBlog entriesInformation posted on personal Web sitesWorks that are self-publishedWorks that have neither an author nor titleOther Requirements:You may use any work/author in the textbook, regardless of whether or not it was part of the assigned reading. However, at least one of the works/authors you choose must come from the assigned reading. If you wish to use a work/author that is not in your textbook, you may (if it is a work by an American author), but you must get my permission before you write the essay. ou may use any work/author in the textbook, regardless of whether or not it was part of the assigned reading. However, at least one of the works/authors you choose must come from the assigned reading. If you wish to use a work/author that is not in your textbook, you may (if it is a work by an American author), but you must get my permission before you write the essay.
The paper should have a clear thesis statement (i.e., Poe and Hawthorne are masters at revealing the dark side of the human psyche) that goes beyond merely pointing out similarities and differences.You should have adequate support from the texts (quotes) in all of your body paragraphs (bare minimum: two quotes from the text per paragraph as well as one quote from each outside source used (one quote for the essay, not one quote per paragraph). Be advised that this is the bare minimum that I will accept; it will not, however, get you an A on the essay. Any point that you make must be fully and specifically supported by evidence from the text and backed up by your research
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