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Below are submission links for each of the three steps of the final project. The program is TurnItIn which generates originality reports to detect plagiarism. Be sure that you are appropriately referencing your sources before submitting your assignments. At the bottom of the page, you will also see the grading rubric I will use in assessing your papers. For information on how to use CMS style footnotes and annotated bibliographies, go to the "study tools" section from the course menu.

Three part and seoarate each one.

1.Proposal,2.Outline and Annotated Bibliography,3.Final Paper.

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Final Paper Most people think of history only in terms of academic history and the writing of history in terms of school textbooks, filled with facts and detail. Yet, fiction, especially when well written and thoroughly researched, can also help us understand the past. Of course, when we read fiction, we need to be careful not to interpret it as fact; rather, we need to read it as a tool for understanding the mood of historical times. Your paper for this class will interpret a piece of California fiction in terms of how it reflects the history of the state and the experiences of Californians as part of that history. Writing this paper involves three steps, each of which requires you to turn in a written paper. Step 1: Choosing a novel and writing a proposal (due Week 3) The first thing you need to decide is which piece of fiction to write about. I have listed several titles for you to choose from under the attachment “California Fiction.” If you have another book in mind, you need to consult with me before starting your project. Once you have chosen the book and done some research on it and its author, you need to write a project proposal. This proposal needs to be double-spaced, and include the following elements: 1. 2. 3. 4. Your name Title, author, and publication information of the book of your choice One-paragraph synopsis of the subject matter of the book One-paragraph discussion of why you chose this book (what specifically about the author, subject matter, time period it depicts interests you) 5. Short biography of the author and his/her relationship to California (no more than two pages) 6. Proper footnotes or endnotes (See “Course Resources” page for links on how to write footnotes/endnotes) Step 2: Creating an outline and annotated bibliography (due Week 7) Once you start reading the book, you need to determine its major themes and how they reflect the history of our state. To be able to accomplish this goal, you need to research the historical time period in the book and the particular issue/s it depicts. I would like you to consult at least three different sources. The following are examples of possible source materials: scholarly books and articles (also ones published online); Internet websites (museums, National Archives, Smithsonian, etc.); newspapers; visual material (historical photography etc.); primary source materials. The assignment (double-spaced) needs to include the following elements: • • Your name Title, author and publication information for the book • • • One-paragraph introduction where you address the issues that have come up in your research (these issues can be questions you still have, problems in researching the topics, or just a general discussion of how your project is going—the point is to give me a good sense of how things are going so that I can give you some meaningful advice in my feedback). A detailed outline for the paper—again, I need to have enough information about how you plan to approach the book and to connect it with historical fact so that I can provide feedback and suggestions Annotated bibliography (see “Course Resources” page for links on how to write one) Step 3: Writing the paper (due Week 9) The paper itself needs to focus on the book as a reflection of the human experience at the particular historical time it depicts. In other words, your paper needs to analyze the book as a reflection of history and how it facilitates our understanding of the particular historical time and experience it depicts. Do not write an English paper that analyzes the book as literature! You also should not retell the story in the book; focus on the analysis. The paper (doublespaced) needs to include the following elements: • • • • • • Cover page with your name and appropriate title for paper One paragraph introduction with your thesis statement about the book as reflection of history Analysis that discusses the historical themes in the novel and how they connect to historical fact (6-8 pages); use specific examples from the book to illustrate your points Conclusion with a reflection on value of book as tool for understanding the past Proper footnotes or endnotes (See ”Course Resources” page) Proper bibliography (See “Course Resources”) Example: Many of you have probably read, or at least are familiar with, John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath (which is why it is not on the list), a novel about the Joad family experience as migrants to California during the depression. If I were to write about this book, I would give a very brief historical background to the Great Depression and its impact on average Americans. I would focus the paper on discussing how the Joad family experience reflects the larger Okie experience in California. I would also reflect on Steinbeck’s motivation for writing this book at the time (1930s). A B Well-developed introduction that engages the reader and creates interest in the topic. Clear thesis statement and placement of topic in historical context. Conclusion effectively wraps up and goes beyond restating the thesis. Introduction creates interest and places topic in historical context. Thesis states the position. Conclusion effectively summarizes topics but does not explore implications. Introduction attempts to place topic in historical context but lacks clarity. Thesis statement unclear. Conclusion is recognizable and ties up some loose ends. Lacks historical context, or the context is misinterpreted. No clear thesis statement. MAIN POINTS Well-developed points that directly relate to thesis. Supporting evidence is clear, relevant, and detailed enough to inform the reader. Points are clear but not developed in detail. Supporting evidence is relevant but not always clearly presented. Main points are there but lack clarity. Supporting evidence not effectively linked to the main points. Poor development of ideas. Lack of evidence in support of points. ORGANIZATION Logical progression of ideas with a clear structure that enhances the thesis. Transitions are mature and graceful. Logical progression of ideas. Transitions are present equally throughout essay. Essay does not always proceed logically. Unclear transitions. No discernable organization. Lack of clear transitions. STYLE AND MECHANICS Writing is smooth, skillful, coherent. Sentences are strong and expressive with varied structure. Punctuation, spelling, capitalization are correct. Writing is clear and sentences have varied structure. Punctuation, spelling, capitalization are generally correct, with few errors. Writing is somewhat unclear and sentences lack variety. Errors in punctuation, spelling, capitalization. Writing is confusing, hard to follow. Contains fragments and/or run-on sentences. Distracting errors in punctuation, spelling, capitalization. CITATION OF SOURCES Proper citation of sources in footnotes or endnotes; appropriate formatting of notes and bibliography. Proper citation of Inconsistent citation Mostly lacks source sources but failure of sources; citation; errors in to use formatting errors. formatting. footnotes/endnotes. Appropriate formatting of bibliography. INTRODUCTION Background/History Thesis Statement CONCLUSION Development of thesis and evidence in support of it Structure Transitions Sentence flow, variety Spelling, punctuation, capitalization Foot/endnotes, bibliography C D Conclusion does not summarize main points or is missing altogether. An F essay demonstrates a total misunderstanding of the assignment and/or shows very little effort to complete the assignment. California Fiction What follows is a list of fiction titles that you can choose from. If you wish to read and write about a book that is not on this list, please consult your instructor. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Allende, Isabel, Daughter of Fortune (1999) Austin, Mary, The Ford (1917) Bell, Catherine, The Rush of Shadows (2014) Boyle, T.C., The Tortilla Curtain (1995) Chin, Frank, Donald Duk (1991) Finney, Ernest, Words of My Roaring (1998) Fitzgerald, F. Scott, The Last Tycoon (1941) Garcia, Guz, Skin Deep (1997) Gentry, Curt, The Last Days of the Late, Great State of California (1977) Hale, Janet Campbell, The Jailing of Cecelia Capture (1993) Holland, Cecelia, The Bear Flag (1990) Jackson, Helen Hunt, Ramona (1884) Jakes, John, California Gold: A Novel (1989) Jones, Idwal, The Vineyard (1997) Levy, JoAnn, Daughter of Joy (1999) London, Jack, The Valley of the Moon (1887) Mosley, Walter, Little Scarlet (2004) Norris, Frank, The Octopus (1901) Otsuka, Julie, The Buddha in the Attic (2012) Revoyr, Nina, The Age of Dreaming (2002) Rodriguez, Luis, The Republic of East L.A. (2002) Ryan, Pam Muñoz, Esperanza Rising (2002) Sarris, Greg, Grand Avenue (1994) See, Lisa, Shanghai Girls (2009) Sinclair, Upton, Oil (1927) Steinbeck, John, In Dubious Battle (1936) Tervalon, Jervey, Understand This (1994) Thornton, Lawrence, Ghost Woman (1999) Uchida, Yoshiko, Picture Bride (1987) Vasquez, Richard, Chicano (1970) Wyman, Margaret, Mission: The Birth of California, The Death of a Nation (2002) ...
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Daughter of Fortune
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Isabel Allende, 1999.Daughter of Fortune
In the addressing the book, there are various issues that are prevalent in the book. The
author has tried to address the daily issues that a normal person considering the poor person in
the society. Eliza is a representation of the ordinary poor individual in the society. The different

problems that she faces in her life are a representation of what the poor and homeless individual,
not necessarily a lady, faces and goes through in their life. The act of adoption by the spinster of
the Sommer`s has represented the good deeds that the limited individuals in the society exhibit.
The book has brought out the problems faced by the young girl as temporary. However, the
problem comes in when the young lady gets pregnant at a tender age. She decides to follow her
lover to California not knowing what the future held for her. In the end, life changes when Eliza
falls out of love with Joaquin and finds herself working as a cook as well as playing piano in a
brothel for Joe`s group1.
Starting off the life story and the overall happenings that take place throughout the
journey of Eliza, the brief introduction to her life are described. She found herself as an adopted
child. She lives with the English family where she learns about the English culture by being
raised and adopting the English culture. Her life as a young lady is presented as a good life since
she is in the care of good hands of the Sommers. As Eliza grows, she falls in love with Joaquin,


Isabel Allende, 1999.Daughter of Fortune



her lover where she gets pregnant for him. Joaquin leaves the place for California where he goes
to look for greener pastures2.
After about two months after Joaquin has left, Eliza discovers that she is pregnant for
him. She decides to follow him to California where they would live together. Her only mission is
to find Joaquin. She prepares for California where she is helped by her Chinese friend whose
name is Tao. They travel in the bowels of a ship. Tao`s life experiences have been revealed
where he has been presented as a poor individual who was once married. His wife had passed on
after being married for short time. After his wife died, Tao had faced a lot of challenges but her
spirit usually came to him for rescue. Eliza`s condition makes her sick in the ship and eventually
suffers a miscarriage. In order for her to get off the ship successfully without being noticed, she
pretends and emulates a boy with the help of her friend, Tao.
Eliza has to look for a means of getting money so she engages in selling snacks that are
Chilean in nature. After her disappearance, Rose finds out that she has disappeared and John,
Eliza`s father sets out to find his daughter. Eliza does not give upon finding her lover, Joaquin.
She sets out to find Joaquin where she pretends to be Joaquin`s brother. Tao leaves fo...

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