comparison and the contrast of Hamlet and Oedipus

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The comparison and the contrast of Hamlet and Oedipus


"I would do the Compare and contrast perception and reality for Hamlet and Oedipus. I will Explain the idea that a character’s perception either similaritiesor differences, Introduce the two characters, and the Thesis statement." This is what i would to do

First the outline:

In short, A" papers stick to the general layout/format of MLA, with smooth in-text citations and a works cited page. Answer the question (respond to the prompt) ; state your reasons for your answer, and then support your reasons with research (give addresses for your ideas) .

  1. Before you write:
    1. Research (read)
    2. Reason (analyze)
    3. Respond (put it all together)
    4. Read Prompt (Find the question)
  2. Steps in writing the essay
    1. Review Prompt (represent as your introduction)
    2. Respond (thesis statement--answer the question) last sentence in the introductory paragraph
    3. Reasons (topic sentences--support the answer to the question)-first sentences in the body paragraphs
    4. Research (supporting details--support the topic sentences)-following sentences in the body paragraphs
    5. Review (conclusion--summarize what you said)


    Minimum Requirements
    1. Utilize one of the outlines (Toulmin or Rogerian) provided in this course.
    2. Does NOT contain the entire text of the essay (this is only a blueprint/plan for the essay)
    3. Size 12pt, Times New Roman font
    4. MLA format (heading, header, in-text citations, and Works Cited page
    5. In-text/parenthetical citations should be in the paragraph plans
    6. The paper must use resources acknowledged appropriately with in-text citations within the body paragraphs:
    7. No more than two (2) works from the textbook discussed primarily
    8. Primary source (in discussion) must appear in the works cited page
    9. Each body paragraph MUST contain key but short quotations from the selections.
    10. At least five (5) articles from the library database or textbook (which were in your Annotated Bibliography)
    11. As may be appropriate, the paper must acknowledge opposing viewpoints.
    12. Includes a very brief description of what will be in each paragraph for the entire essay.
    13. .doc or .docx file (microsoft word document

    SECOND THE ESSAY :
    1. Writing
      1. Compose your essay
        1. Use MLA Format
        2. Meet the required minimum Word Count or Page Count (One word or one page less will equal an automatic grade of zero (0)
        3. Use the required number of sources from your Annotated Bibliography (If you use other sources, which you did not identify in your bibliography, you will have to add them/complete annotation for those as well)
    The purpose of this assignment is for you to utilize the knowledge you have gained about Literature and your critical thinking skills to compose an original essay that focuses on an aspect of Literature. For your final exam, you are to compose an essay which covers some topic in either in Poetry, Fiction, or Drama.Minimum requirements:
    1. Word Count
      1. For "C" credit, the essay must be, at least, a full five pages long, with the last paragraph ending at the bottom of page five (5), or the top of page six (6), and the Works Cited page appearing on the sixth (6) or seventh (7) page. X
      2. For "A" credit, the paper must be, a full seven (7) pages long, with the last paragraph ending at the bottom of page seven (7), or the top of page eight (8), and the Works Cited page appearing on the eighth (8) or ninth (9) page.
    2. Mode/genre of writing (expository, argument, or narrative)
      1. The essay is an argumentative research paper
    3. Format (MLA)
      1. The paper must include an introductory paragraph, body paragraphs sufficient to support the claim, and a concluding paragraph.
      2. Works cited page reflecting the protocols of MLA
      3. In text citations
      4. Size 12 Times New Roman font (Includes header!)
      5. Double Spaced
      6. All margins=1 inch
    4. Sources
      1. The paper must use resources acknowledged appropriately with in-text citations within the body paragraphs:
        1. No more than three (3) works discussed primarily.
        2. The paper is about one or more work(s) of poetry, fiction or drama.
        3. Each body paragraph MUST contain key but short quotations from the selections.
        4. At least five articles from the library database or anthology.
        5. As may be appropriate, the paper must acknowledge opposing viewpoints.

        Note:An automatic Grade of zero (0) will apply to essays, which do not meet any of these minimum requirements.

Tutor Answer

MurphyW
School: UT Austin

hello, please find attached and let me know what you think. thanks

Hello,
I am still working on your paper. I’d however need some time to complete a few things. Kindly allow me
one more hours to complete some research and make it perfect then I’ll send it over.
Murphy

Check the documents attached please. let me know if you need anything else. thanks.

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Professor’s name
Student’s name
Course title
Date

Stories, conversations and literature
The best and most appropriate way to introduce this topic is by mentioning a few
components that make up literature. For instance, poetry, actins, music, proverbs and other forms
as described in the earlier chapters. This said one piece of work may exhibit different cases of
them hence making literature one of the most complexes, sophisticated and intriguing form of
psychology. This then means that to exhaustively discuss literature is to mention and explore on
a few of its components thus stories and conversations in literature.

British literature

The latest edition of the book, The Middle Ages has everything one needs in a medieval
survey text. The story is pithy, the maps are plenty and the culture seen in it has been fully
integrated in to history context with many beautiful reproductions. Its genealogies are simplified
and presented together with discussion of dynasties and also the appendix and other useful
summaries of very important events at the end of every chapter. The book satisfies the needs and
pleases student and instructor minds.

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This version builds upon the strengths of preceding editions putting more stress to the
background produced on a broad scope of the literature including the broad cultural diversity of
the British Isles. Integrated are canonical authors and recently perceptible authors. Previously
underrepresented female writers have been extensively selected and fully integrated.

The medieval world comes alive in these volume engaging students with historical
narratives which are compelling. It meets the students and instructors academic demands. The
book is well researched and has a wide range of coverage of religious, cultural, regional, social
and political developments exploding myths of colorless and closed medieval world. It is a real
gem blending utter readability with an impressive mastering of scholarship that encourages
further study.

Eric finds Katrina (characterization)
Katrina was the most beautiful daughter of the city’s Mayor. She had everything that a
man desired for in a woman. Well built, medium in height and she spoke English with a British
accent. This made most men from her neighborhood want to have a conversation with heart.
“This is what we call a constant attraction!” murmured Erik Greybeard to himself as he
watched the mayor’s daughter walk past the grocery store. Now, Erik had on several, maybe
uncountable occasions opened up about his desire to take Katrina home as his wife. His desired
seemed insatiable by any other woman so I told him to go for it.
You see, Eric was not the regular courageous boy next door. He always found it hard to
socialize and express his feelings to others. However, his day had finally come. Little had he
known that the cab he had just waved in was his secret cupid nest! No sooner had he sat in the

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back left seat than Katrina showed up from across the street. Apparently, she had gone to grab
some prescription for her diabetic father. There is no way he was going to let her miss the last
ride available at the time. But deep within, he was having the most terrible nightmare since he
could not find the right words top use. She stood there like a stop sign as the shy guy fidgeted
along. “Should he or should he not?” “What if she declines?” Curious thoughts filled the air!
“Hop in” screamed Katrina as she fell in laughter recalling how they had met that fateful
evening at the subway. It had been thirteen years! “Wow! Aren’t they adorable?” asked Erik
looking at their lastborn son learning how to ride a hover board from his elder sister. Jeremy and
Lindsay were four and seven respectively. Eric was finding it difficult to believe that he
eventually spoke to Katrina at the subway ten years back. As he reflected on this Saturday
evening with his wife and children, he realized that nothing is impossible as he had never
imagined that he could marry the Mayor’s daughter. His smile suggested that he was happy and
satisfied. From this day, he learned the power of trying. He became an inspiration not only to his
own children but to many other people through his story.
A few more years later, he opened up the first ever pure leadership university in the
United States; the Katy Greybeard University of leadership, which equips students with
leadership skills while helping many others to apply courage in situations that seem challenging.
Together with his wife, Katrina, they have helped dozens of students through his mantra which
most of the disciplines in...

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Anonymous
Outstanding Job!!!!

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